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Brexit Hub

Leaving the EU brings challenges, opportunities and unanswered questions for farming. Let Farmers Guardian help you navigate these unchartered waters with this dedicated Brexit hub, where you can find exclusive analysis from your farming colleagues, industry leaders, academics and politicians, as well as market updates, business tips and much more.
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October 31 is the new Brexit deadline, but the UK can leave the EU before then if the PM's deal is ratified by Parliament.
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A view from the corridors of power

As with everything, the Farmers for Welsh Independence development is being driven in part by Brexit

As with everything, the Farmers for Welsh Independence development is being driven in part by Brexit

‘The ultimate bid in this terrifying game of Brexit poker is no-deal’

‘The ultimate bid in this terrifying game of Brexit poker is no-deal’

Brexit has sent the Tories mad, and Scottish farmers are paying the price

Brexit has sent the Tories mad, and Scottish farmers are paying the price

The Tory leadership election is edging us closer to a no-deal Brexit

The Tory leadership election is edging us closer to a no-deal Brexit

Check how prepared your business is for Brexit with these AHDB tools

Farmers Share Their Views on Brexit

If a simple farm boy like me could see that the Chequers agreement was flawed, how come Mrs May missed it?

If a simple farm boy like me could see that the Chequers agreement was flawed, how come Mrs May missed it?

Theresa May might be on the way out of Number 10, but Gove should stay at Defra

Theresa May might be on the way out of Number 10, but Gove should stay at Defra

Analysis from industry leaders and top academics

No-deal is a smokescreen for de-regulation and lower standards

No-deal is a smokescreen for de-regulation and lower standards

Despite the Tory leadership bluster, the realities of Brexit remain unchanged

Despite the Tory leadership bluster, the realities of Brexit remain unchanged

Government must incentivise sustainable farming by serving organic, British food

Government must incentivise sustainable farming by serving organic, British food

Exclusive interviews

Exclusive interview: George Eustice reveals all about his time at Defra

Exclusive interview: George Eustice reveals all about his time at Defra

EXCL interview: Welsh Gov refuses to listen to industry plea on direct payments

EXCL interview: Welsh Gov refuses to listen to industry plea on direct payments

‘I am not entirely removed from farming’ – Exclusive interview with Ben Goldsmith

‘I am not entirely removed from farming’ – Exclusive interview with Ben Goldsmith

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Professor Dieter Helm

FG EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Professor Dieter Helm

Dates To Look Out For

Market Snapshot

The latest market information

The latest market information

Quote Of The Week

“Both candidates have said no deal is part of the armoury and I have accepted that... the situation is we are leaving by the end of October, but it would be so much better to get a deal” - Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd on TalkRadio

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Brexit Prep Tip

Providing public goods

Future markets for agricultural products are in limbo as we await a definite Brexit outcome.

However, we do know the introduction of the Environmental Land Management Scheme (ELMS) in England will bring wide-ranging and fundamental changes to farming over the coming years.

In practice, this could mean being rewarded for a range of new activities: managing land for habitats for wildlife, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, providing cleaner water, or improving animal welfare.

You may be paid to enable public access, support educational visits or celebrate the heritage of the land.

While the devil is in the yet-to-be-finalised detail, there is still plenty to think about now.

How could your farm could make the most of these new opportunities? Do you currently have the skills? Which charities and local partners should you be working with? What is the potential for both delivering public good and agricultural production?

CLA senior land use policy adviser, Harry Greenfield

Handy Guides

Conservative leadership candidates: Find out where they stand on farming

Conservative leadership candidates: Find out where they stand on farming


EXCLUSIVE: FG reveals Defra's post-Brexit plans and industry concerns about them

EXCLUSIVE: FG reveals Defra's post-Brexit plans and industry concerns about them


The World Trade Organisation: Everything UK farmers need to know and why

The World Trade Organisation: Everything UK farmers need to know and why


Personal Profile: Who is Defra’s new Farming Minister, Robert Goodwill?

Personal Profile: Who is Defra’s new Farming Minister, Robert Goodwill?


What would WTO rules mean for your sector?

What would WTO rules mean for your sector?


‘No-deal’ Brexit technical notices: Everything farmers need to know

‘No-deal’ Brexit technical notices: Everything farmers need to know


Intelligence Guide

Intelligence Guide

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