The Prime Minister’s much-trailed Brexit speech drew a mixed reaction from producers, exporters and those who buy from and supply goods to farmers. Confirmation that the UK will seek to quit the EU’s single market and full membership of the wider customs union, while negotiating a free trade deal with the EU, presents a huge challenge for UK agriculture. See also: Sheep producers voice fears over ‘hard’ Brexit However, Mrs May’s desire for a phased implementation to avoid “economic cliff […]
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