Judging sheep at the Royal Highland Show 2017© Tim Scrivener
A 10-year transition period will be needed for farmers to adjust to life after Brexit, Scottish industry leaders have warned. NFU Scotland said it could take a decade for the industry to adapt to a new agricultural policy after the UK leaves the EU. Speaking at the Royal Highland Show, union president Andrew McCornick voiced frustration that little progress has been made on Brexit since the EU referendum a year ago. See also: Scots’ anger as Westminster prepares to leave EU single market […]
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