Defra minister George Eustice says the food and farming industry should not expect damaging exposure to sudden export trade tariffs post-Brexit.
Defra minister George Eustice has pledged that the UK's post-Brexit agricultural policy won't pull the rug from under farmers.
South West MEP Ashley Fox has called on the government to introduce a “multi-year system of support” for farmers once the UK leaves the EU.
Defra minister George Eustice has attempted to calm fears about tighter restrictions on foreign labour after the UK leaves the European Union.
A level playing field for UK agriculture post-Brexit is an an out-dated concept with no place in future UK farm policy, says Defra minister George Eustice.
Defra minister George Eustice is facing calls to back British agriculture after saying farmers should move away from the notion of subsidies.
The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board says a new group of Monitor Farms are needed to help the industry through turbulent times.
European farm commissioner Phil Hogan says Brexit is a headache for the EU but a full-blown crisis for the UK.
Walkers and Birds Eye are set to raise the prices of some items due to the falling strength of the pound.
NFU vice president Guy Smith has urged farmers to ensure their concerns are top of the agenda when post-Brexit policies are drawn up.
The Farmers Union of Wales has stressed the need to secure favourable trade deals for the UK following Brexit.
Farm leaders have voiced fears that a “hard Brexit” will see the UK leave the EU single market as well as the European Union itself.
Greenpeace says it is willing to campaign with the NFU to secure the best post-Brexit deal for the countryside – so long as the offer is right.
The Farmers’ Union of Wales is calling for urgent clarity following the High Court ruling that MPs must vote on whether the UK can start the Brexit process.
One of Britain's leading growers says his vegetables could disappear from supermarket shelves if Brexit creates a labour shortage.
Prime Minister Theresa May says the government will do everything possible to get the best Brexit deal for the UK agricultural sector.
NFU Scotland president Alan Bowie sought assurances on Brexit when he met Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom on Wednesday (2 November).
Defra permanent secretary Clare Moriarty looks at the implications of the EU referendum result for her department and how it is responding.
The NFU has called for a work permit scheme to help ease a farm labour shortage expected to rise to 95,000 workers a year after the UK leaves the EU. “Without…
Robotic tractors could help fill any fall in farm worker numbers after Brexit, an agricultural technology expert has told peers.
The Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee in Wales is asking farmers to give their views about what a Welsh agricultural policy should look like after the UK leaves the EU.