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Prime minister Theresa May’s quest for a transition period after the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 has been broadly welcomed by farm leaders, though the NFU says the two years suggested is the bare minimum needed. In a speech delivered in Florence on Friday (22 September), Mrs May said an “implementation period of around two years” would be necessary to ensure a smooth transition to a new trading arrangement with the EU. See also: EU-Canada trade deal ‘could […]
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