The Labour Party has asked the government to answer 170 questions about what Brexit will look like before the Article 50 exit clause is activated. The questions cover a range of topics from the single market, trade arrangements and immigration, and how payments to farmers could be replaced. Agriculture is predicted to be one the UK industries most affected by Brexit, as it relies heavily on unfettered access to the single market, subsidies from the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy and […]
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