BR18-019 AIC Statement on Agriculture Bill: 12 September 2018
In response to the announcement of the Agriculture Bill’s imminent publication – due on Wednesday immediately after Prime Ministers Questions, AIC has put out the following public statement. We will have a more detailed analysis of the Bill in due course.
BR18-020 The Agriculture Bill – England, Wales and Northern Ireland: 12 September 2018
Defra has now published the draft Agriculture Bill ahead of its journey through parliamentary procedure with the aim of it being enacted before 29 th March 2019.
BR18-018 Rules of Origin - Industry Report: 7 September 2018
One of the more complicated areas to be resolved under the Brexit negotiations relates to Rules of Origin – these are the criteria needed to determine the national source of a product. Their importance is derived from the fact that a number of factors, such as duties or preferential access arrangements can depend on the source of imports.
AIC disappointed Agriculture Bill lacks trade detail: 12 September 2018
Lack of details on trade and failure to acknowledge food as a ‘public good’ within the Government’s early announcement of its Agriculture Bill are disappointing for the Agricultural Industries Confederation.
Farm advice can drive productivity: 14 August 2018
Joining the knowledge chain from basic research to advice tailored to individual farms is key to improving UK farm productivity, explains AIC Chief Executive Robert Sheasby
Agri-Brexit Coalition – Review and Future Plans: 8 August 2018
The eight trade association members of the Agri-Brexit Coalition met at the AIC office on Monday August 6th, to review progress to date and make detailed plans for the autumn programme.