Britain should abandon tariffs on American and Argentinian meat products after Brexit to bring consumer food prices down, according to a leading rightwing thinktank.
Donald Trump has confirmed he expects a "major trade deal" with the UK after Brexit will include a reciprocal deal in agriculture.
The most important Brexit question is not whether farm support payments will be made – it's why, says Alastair Morrison of law firm Burges Salmon.
Most farmers voted leave. Now many are beginning to dread Brexit, says Polly Toynbee.
First it was chlorine chicken – now hormone beef could be sold by British supermarkets if the UK agrees a post-Brexit trade deal with the USA, reports The Mirror.
Tech entrepreneur – and Britain's biggest farmer – James Dyson says walking away from Brexit talks with Europe would be ‘no big deal’ for the UK.
Tax breaks for farmers have caused a “subsidy addiction” and are used to avoid inheritance tax, a government adviser has claimed.
Britain’s approach to Brexit negotiations is beset by “inconsistency and lack of coordination” that “beggars belief,” says EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan.
Billionaire Brexit backer James Dyson has warned that farmers will be at a competitive disadvantage if the government cuts agricultural subsidies.
UK farm unions have called for a cross-government summit to address perceived slow progress in developing plans for a post-Brexit agricultural policy.
Defra secretary Michael Gove has been savaged for comments promising farmers they will benefit from a free trade deal with the EU after Brexit.
Livestock farmers must be guaranteed tariff-free access to EU markets after Brexit, the head of Wales’ red meat marketing board has warned.
Cheap food imports produced to lower animal welfare standards could put UK farmers at a competitive disadvantage after Brexit, warns a House of Lords committee.
Britain faces a post-Brexit shortage of vets because nine in 10 practising in the UK on behalf of the government originally come from another EU member state, says a report.
Senior EU figures have hit back at an “ignorant and indigestible” claim by UK trade secretary Liam Fox that allowing imports of chlorinated chicken from the US is an insignificant detail.
UK Defra secretary Michael Gove says he is taking a "pragmatic" approach to agriculture as Brexit progresses.
Defra secretary Michael Gove has rejected criticism from Welsh farmers who say the government is giving too little priority to a post-Brexit free trade deal with the EU.
Liam Fox has downplayed talk that a post-Brexit US-UK trade deal could be threatened by disagreements over chlorinated chicken imports.
The Welsh food and farming industry is in danger of "being put back decades" when the UK leaves the European Union, the environment secretary has warned.
In his first speech as Defra secretary, Michael Gove called the impact of Brexit on agriculture and the environment the “unfrozen moment” .
An "ambitious vision" to reform farm support after the UK leaves the EU has been unveiled by the Country Land and Business Association.