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Farmers warned 'turbulence ahead' as UK votes to leave the EU and Prime Minister resigns

Farmers warned 'turbulence ahead' as UK votes to leave the EU and Prime Minister resigns

The UK has voted by 52 per cent to 48 per cent to leave the European Union.

How will Brexit affect your business? We ask the experts

How will Brexit affect your business? We ask the experts

The UK must now work harder than ever to promote British produce overseas following the vote to leave the European Union.

Brexit uncertainty circling devolved nations

Brexit uncertainty circling devolved nations

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said preparations would begin for a second independence referendum in Scotland, following the UK’s decision to exit the European Union.

Eustice interview - Farming Minister seeks to reassure industry over Brexit

Eustice interview - Farming Minister seeks to reassure industry over Brexit

Farming Minister George Eustice has outlined his thoughts on the historic vote to leave the EU and sought to reassure farmers about the implications.

FUW calls for assurances for family farms following Brexit

FUW calls for assurances for family farms following Brexit

The Farmers Union of Wales (FUW) has written to all the political party leaders seeking assurances for agriculture and family farms in the post-Brexit arrangements.

Sheep meat exports must not be affected in post-Brexit Britain - NFU Cymru

Sheep meat exports must not be affected in post-Brexit Britain - NFU Cymru

NFU Cymru has convened a special meeting of its governing Welsh Council, today (Tuesday, July 5) to begin its consultation on the key priorities for a post-Brexit Wales.

UK will be out of EU by 2020 but regulation likely to remain - Eustice

UK will be out of EU by 2020 but regulation likely to remain - Eustice

Farming Minister George Eustice has attempted to address concerns about the timetable for leaving the EU but has warned farmers not to expect immediate freedom from current EU legislation.

Machinery sale sees increase despite Brexit woes

Machinery sale sees increase despite Brexit woes

A leading machinery sale saw sales increase by 50 per cent this month.

CLA calls on new Prime Minister to deliver good Brexit deal for farming

CLA calls on new Prime Minister to deliver good Brexit deal for farming

Theresa May will be installed as the new Prime Minister later today, with the task of delivering the best possible Brexit deal for the country and, the CLA hopes, the countryside.

Defra Secretary Andrea Leadsom must 'hit the ground running' in developing new British agricultural policy

Defra Secretary Andrea Leadsom must 'hit the ground running' in developing new British agricultural policy

Rural bosses have pledged to work closely with Defra’s new Secretary Andrea Leadsom as the department continues to negotiate a deal for UK farming outside the EU.

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