F19-046 Iran: Inward Mission and Seminar 03 Sep 2019
The Department for International Trade have asked AIC to share details of this inward mission with members: | Iran: Inward Mission and Seminar
S19-014 AIC Seed Industry Dinner 2019 02 Sep 2019
As communicated earlier in the year ( S19-002 ) the 2019 AIC Seed Industry Dinner will be held at The Balmoral in Edinburgh on Thursday 5 th December.
F19-045 Feed Sector - Regional Meetings - Starting next month! 02 Sep 2019
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FR19-028 Customs & Excise Guidance -VAT for Business- No Deal 30 Aug 2019
Updated official guidance | VAT for businesses if there's no Brexit deal
FR19-029 VAT for Business- No Deal- Addendum for Faulty link 30 Aug 2019
Customs & Excise Guidance -VAT for Business- No Deal | Updated official guidance
S19-013 Plant Health Regulation, Plant Passports, and Regulated Non-Quarantine Pests (RNQPs) 29 Aug 2019
The Plant Health Regulation comes into force on 14 th December 2019, however in a No-Deal situation there would not be a requirement to implement it in the UK, if the UK exits the EU on 31st October 2019. It is understood Ministers have not yet decided what action to take on this but a decision is expected in September.
G19-043 Notification of a new Swine Dysentery (Brachyspira hyodysenteriae) case on a on a nursery to finish unit in Buckinghamshire. 27 Aug 2019
AIC received the following notification today from APHA: | Notification of a new Swine Dysentery (Brachyspira hyodysenteriae) case on a on a nursery to finish unit in Buckinghamshire.
F19-044 AIC Feed Sector Bexit Guidance Document - August update 23 Aug 2019
As has been reported, UK Government no-deal Brexit preparations are well under way again. AIC Feed Sector has a number of updates to pass on to members and these have been added to the attached document which was first circulated in November 2018.
S19-012 APHA update on no-deal scenario for Seed 22 Aug 2019
APHA and Defra today held a conference call updating stakeholders on the situation for seed in the case of no-deal on 31 st October. Fundamentally the situation has not changed, but members are reminded of the following:- Given that the UK has a significant need for imported EU seed, it will be accepted for a 2 year period, but this only applies to seed potatoes for 1 year.
BR19-020 Brexit Update and Useful Background 22 Aug 2019
Ahead of the EU Referendum in 2016, AIC produced a briefing for members which tried to take an objective view of some of the agriculturally related issues which were being debated in a political environment and for which there was often more heat than light.