Brexit hasn’t gone away
Phelim O'Neill
While speculation continues about further UK border control deferral, the Department of Agriculture is preparing for their introduction from the beginning of July.
30 March 2022 News
UK beef and cheese exports hardest hit by Brexit
EU border controls frustrated UK beef and cheese exports in particular after Brexit
24 March 2022 News
War in Ukraine causes the EU rethink
EU commission respond to the political leadership given and produce a range of measures that are a first step towards recognising that food security cannot be assumed.
UK some way off on Brexit border controls
Logistics of Brexit proving problematic for UK, but could that in itself help create an opportunity for an agreement of convenience?
17 March 2022 News
Perfect Brexit storm for British agri food exporters
Collapse in the number of EU vets practising in the UK will further stress British exporters of animal and plant products to the EU.
24 February 2022 News
Rees Mogg appointment could add to protocol difficulties
The more the UK diverge from EU standards, the greater the level of checks and bureaucracy with the protocol, writes Richard Bruton.
16 February 2022 News
Benefit in free movement of people
If staff recruitment and retention is difficult in Ireland, it is made much worse in Britain without access to the single market and free movement of people.
10 February 2022 News
Changes in trade patterns one year on from Brexit
Brexit has meant changes in trade patterns and more change lies ahead as the UK begins introducing border controls.
9 February 2022 News
EU imports from UK down 26%
The latest agri-food trade report from the EU shows that food and drink exports from the UK were down 26% up to the end of October at €3.3bn.
4 February 2022 News
Crisis is new normal with Brexit
A Brexit crisis has become a regular event but we shouldn’t forget that if it ever comes to worst-case scenario, it is farmers who will take the hit.
3 February 2022 News
Predictable impact of Green Deal on animal protein
Wageningen University report on Green Deal impact on animal proteins follows the trends set in their crops report.
28 January 2022 News
Political events push Brexit down the agenda
Another round of Brexit talks this week but no meaningful progress despite a more positive tone.
26 January 2022 News