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Is a level playing field an argument for continued support to UK agriculture after Brexit?

We are pleased to publish this guest post by David Blandford (Penn State University) and Berkeley Hill (Imperial College London). The President of the National Farmers Union (NFU) of England and Wales told the Food Manufacture Group’s Business Leaders’ Forum (Feb 14, 2017) that the NFU is currently actively lobbying the UK government to ensure [...]

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Britain’s policy for agriculture post-Brexit

Brexit provides the UK with an opportunity to redesign its agricultural policy along more sensible lines.

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Establishing the UK’s non-exempt limit on agricultural support after Brexit

Possible outcomes for UK domestic support commitments in its WTO schedule after Brexit

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We need a British Ecosystem Services Policy not a British Agricultural Policy

A proposal for a post-Brexit agricultural land management policy

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