7 January 2019
This blog post provides a brief overview of the WTO rules around agricultural support and import restrictions and what may happen after Brexit.
10 December 2018
This report looks at the implications of Brexit for the food and drink sector in Wales. It is the third 'Brexit preparedness' report by the External Affairs Committee.
27 November 2018
Professor Mike Christie from Aberystwyth University has provided the following case study analysis under the Research Service's Brexit academic framework. It considers existing examples of outcomes-based approaches to land management and payments and the associated risks and opportunities.
26 November 2018
The Bill supports the process of moving away from the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy, and provides the legal framework for the UK to manage its own waters, as an independent coastal state.
16 October 2018
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee has been looking at the fisheries sector and the potential changes to fisheries policy and legislation after Brexit.
2 October 2018
Some of Wales’s best known food and drink products are currently protected in the EU, because they have EU Geographical Indication status, but the UK Government is proposing a separate UK scheme once we leave the EU.
28 September 2018
The UK Agriculture Bill aims to provide the legal framework for leaving the Common Agricultural Policy and establishing new systems for agricultural and land management support across the UK.
24 September 2018
This article looks at proposals across the UK for agricultural policies after Brexit.
13 September 2018
EU frameworks currently regulate agricultural support and policy. The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee have been looking at the development of common frameworks for the UK after Brexit.
23 August 2018
This article looks at the elements of the UK Government’s future relationships White Paper that relate to fisheries.
26 July 2018
This article looks at the elements of the UK’s future relationships White Paper that are most relevant to the agri-food sector and summarises reaction from the sector, the Welsh Government and the EU.