A composite image of farming in the UK showing dairy cows, beef cows, arable harvesting and sheep© Tim Scrivener
The UK cannot rip up the rulebook for trade and farm support after Brexit, warns an AHDB report. In its latest Horizon publication, The WTO and its implications for UK Agriculture – published on 28 June, the AHDB said the government will not be entirely free to write its own tariffs, trade standards or subsidy regime. This means plans to keep out food produced to lower welfare criteria or draw up a bespoke farm support system may be hindered. As part of the […]
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