Uncertainties surrounding Brexit make for a difficult few years in farming, analysts have warned.
Expert testimonies detailing the impact of Brexit on agriculture are to be submitted to the government by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.
The UK will not be “chasing the rainbow” of a level playing field when it seeks to develop future farming policy for the post-Brexit era.
Agriculture is among the key areas that must be addressed by at least seven new Brexit bills, according to leaked Whitehall documents.
Expert analysis suggests an “inevitable” increased in Defra spending as civil servants are pushed “to the limit” by Brexit.
Defra minister George Eustice will be quizzed about the post-Brexit future for agriculture by farmers in the Yorkshire Dales
Lord Donald Curry has called for an independent commission to help determine the future for farming as the UK leaves the European Union.
Three UK agricultural economists explain their favoured options for farm support post-Brexit.
A UK-wide framework with 'modules' for Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland is the most likely model for agriculture policy post-Brexit, says Defra minister George Eustice.
Defra minister George Eustice has conceded that a “big question” remains over the future of farm policy in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Wales' finance secretary has warned UK ministers not to take "toxic" action to "roll back devolution" during Brexit.
New Zealand high commissioner Sir Lockwood Smith has outlined seven lessons for British agriculture as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
Brexit and agriculture present a serious challenge to current devolution settlements, not only in Scotland but also in Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Farmers’ Union of Wales has urged all UK agricultural ministers to make progress in developing a post-Brexit UK framework for farming.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is being urged to reduce the financial pressure on farmers as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May is on a collision course with Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon by indicating that the devolution settlement enjoyed by Scotland for almost 20 years will be redrawn after Brexit.
Scotland secretary David Mundell has insisted the Scottish parliament will emerge stronger from Brexit after a chorus of attacks on a pro-union speech by Theresa May.
Theresa May has refused to confirm if powers over agriculture – currently held by the European Union – will be handed back to Scotland when the UK leaves.
Scottish ministers have accused Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom of failing to come up with answers on important areas of agricultural policy after Brexit.
First details have emerged of NFU proposals for a three-pronged approach to a British agricultural policy after the UK leaves the European Union.
The government's lack of a coherent post-Brexit policy for agriculture threatens to undermine the sector, farmers have warned.