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On 23 June 2016, over half of the British electorate voted to leave the European Union. Amy Nora Fitzgibbon speaks to Rowena Dwyer, the IFA's chief economist, about the immediate and long-term fallout from Brexit.

Farmers at the Newry Show had mixed reactions to the news of the Brexit. Some were positive about the outcome but others were uncertain as to what the future holds.

Meanwhile, Co Down tractor dealer Arthur O'Neill and Co Cavan agricultural contractor Brian McGahern discussed the consequences of the Brexit vote with our news correspondent Odile Evans.

The European Commissioner for health finally said this week that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup and other herbicides, would be authorised for another 18 months. News editor Patrick Donohoe and digital editor Thomas Hubert explain the situation.

Irish Farmers Journal readers who won tickets to the first RTÉ Irish Country Music Awards met our backstage reporter Anthony Jordan.

Irish Country Living editor Mairead Lavery visited the exhibition on Marylin Monroe’s dress collection at the Museum of Style Icons in Newbridge. She spoke with auctioneer Martin Nolan, who is organising the exhibition before the collection is sold.

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