FR19-011 Brexit: Avoiding a hard border in Northern Ireland in a no deal scenario 19 Mar 2019
The government has set out its approach to avoiding a hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 29 March.
FR19-010 Brexit Update from Government for Fertilisers 15 Mar 2019
It remains the Government’s priority to leave the European Union (EU) with a deal. However, it is also important to prepare for every outcome, including no deal.
FR19-009 Tariff Update - EU Exit - No Deal 13 Mar 2019
The Government has published a table of tariffs likely to be imposed in the event of no deal .
FR19-008 Save the Dates... 07 Mar 2019
FR19-007 FIAS Video - Security and Safety of Fertilisers on Farm 06 Mar 2019
FIAS in collaboration with AIC, NaCTSO and NFU have developed an infographic video presentation on safely storing and handling fertilisers on farm.
FR19-006 Current WTO Tariffs for EU Fertiliser 01 Mar 2019
Members have asked for more information about tarriffs in the case of no deal | Trade agreements
FR19-005 Department for International Trade Proposes to carry over Russian ADD on Ammonium nitrate 26 Feb 2019
| The Department for International Trade has published its findings following a Call for Evidence to identify UK interest in existing EU trade remedy measures.
FR19-004 THE FERTILISERS AND AMMONIUM NITRATE MATERIAL (AMENDMENT) (EU EXIT) REGULATIONS 2019 15 Feb 2019
As part of the brexit preparations it is necessary to transfer over elements of EU legislation into UK legislation and also to amend UK legislation to operate legally following withdrawal. This process is underway in Parliament.
FR19-003 'Life Has No Rewind Button' - Counter Terrorism Security 24 Jan 2019
The UK’s most senior counter terrorism officer has praised the public’s willingness to ACT in response to the unprecedented terrorist threat, revealing that the number of attacks foiled since March 2017 has risen to 18.
FR19-002 Proposed new EU Fertiliser Regulations Update 23 Jan 2019
Yesterday, 22/01/2019 the Internal Markets and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee of the European Parliament approved the result of the fertilizer trialogue. As you may remember, ( FR18-028 ) the result on cadmium was to agree a limit of 60 mg as soon as the regulation enters into force (i.e.