Thomas Hubert is a journalist based in Co Meath. He first worked for the Irish Farmers Journal as a student intern in 2001 and won the Young Agricultural Journalist Award that year. He has been reporting for the newspaper and website ever since, whether from his native France, here in Ireland or from places as far flung as the Democratic Republic of Congo. He studied at Sciences Po, Paris, Dublin City University and Institut Pratique de Journalisme, Paris.
Those who depend on Northern Ireland farmers for their livelihood in the border region are more worried about the UK’s farm policy after CAP than hard borders or exchange rates.
One year on from the Brexit referendum, machinery and contracting businesses in the border area still don't know what changes to expect in customs, taxes and diesel rules.
A group of business people and farmers in the border region are calling for a special status allowing Northern Ireland to be effectively both in the UK and the EU after Brexit.
A maize shortage and land ownership tensions are at the centre of the competition between candidates for Kenya’s August presidential election. Thomas Hubert reports from Nairobi.
By Thomas Hubert on 22 June 2017
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The health agency that classified glyphosate as "probably carcinogenic" could have made a different finding if existing research data had been published, a Reuters investigation has revealed.
Dawn Meats and Dunbia have notified the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) of their proposed deal.
By Thomas Hubert on 21 June 2017