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Preparing for Brexit


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What UK withdrawal from the EU would mean for the agri-food industry

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The United Kingdom, and the EU, each face the prospect of momentous change following the EU membership referendum which is to be held in the UK on June 23 2016. This newly updated and revised report analyses the implications of a possible UK withdrawal from the EU (‘Brexit’) for both the UK and European agri-food industries, and in particular the income shock which would result from the probable scaling-down of farm subsidies in Britain. An assessment is made of the kind of agriculture policy a non-aligned UK might adopt post-Brexit, and how trade relationships might evolve as the UK unpicked itself from the EU’s institutional fabric.

This new version of the report includes a new assessment of the possible financial impact of Brexit on UK agriculture, based on updated farm income data and a revised assessment of possible post-Brexit policy scenarios.

Format: PDF Report sent by email

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Brian Gardner is a recognised authority on EU and international agriculture policy, who has written for Agra Europe for almost four decades. He has published numerous books on agriculture and lectures widely and frequently. He has advised UK Parliamentary Select Committees and governments overseas on policy developments.

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