Rural areas that voted to leave the European Union are among parts of the UK most vulnerable to the economic impact of Brexit, suggests new research.
Funding to support farmers after Brexit must be handed directly to Wales and spent in full on agriculture, a Welsh Assembly committee has said.
Agriculture will face significant regulatory barriers if UK trade with the EU reverts to World Trade Organization rules post-Brexit, MPs have warned.
MPs have warned that the government's record on dealing with farming subsidies does not bode well for Brexit.
Farm support should be refocused to unlock wider rural growth after the UK leaves the European Union, says a think tank report.
Agriculture could be used as an important bargaining chip in forthcoming Brexit negotiations, says a former top UK civil servant.