Commissioner Phil Hogan
Leaving the EU customs union will put the UK at a major disadvantage after Brexit, and all sides will have to work together to try to mitigate the damage, according to EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan. The EU has 53 free trade agreements around the world, directly or indirectly involving 138 countries, he told dairy industry representatives at this week’s Dairy UK annual dinner. See also: Dairy sector accused of organised animal cruelty “Leaving the customs union risks that agriculture […]
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