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01 Nov 2019

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Brexit: how might UK agriculture thrive or survive?

The UK agri-food sector will be one of the most seriously affected by Brexit. Not only is it dependent on trade relations both with the European Union and with the rest of the world, but it is also a sector dependent on migrant labour, and the most heavily subsidised and regulated under the present Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).

The research shows that under selected trade scenarios the impact of Brexit on UK agriculture will be far from uniform.

The report was written by: Carmen Hubbard, John Davis, Siyi Feng, David Harvey, Anne Liddon, Andrew Moxey, Mercy Ojo, Myles Patton, George Philippidis, Charles Scott, Shailesh Shrestha and Michael Wallace.

Please see the report annexes here.

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