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Brexit and the EP: What it means for agriculture - York 10/11/ 2017

Friday, 10 November 2017 at the Principal Hotel, York

The EU's Common Agricultural policy has influenced policy decisions affecting British agriculture since 1973. The debate will explore the impact of Brexit on the future of UK agriculture and food chains.

The result of the UK’s referendum on EU membership which took place on  23rd June 2016 and the triggering of Article 50, the official mechanism for starting the process of withdrawal from the European Union,   will have dramatic impacts on many aspects of the UK’s economy.

This free event  is open to all stakeholders and those of the general public who are interested in hearing various views on aspects of this in the field of Agriculture and the Environment.



Sarah Dickins BBC Cymru Wales, Economics Correspondent




Richard CORBETT, MEP, Member of the European Parliament for Yorkshire & Humber


Guy POSKITT, Managing Director, MH Poskitt Ltd.


Adam BEDFORD, NFU, Regional Director, Yorkshire & Humber/North East


David HARVEY, Emeritus Professor, Agricultural Economics, Newcastle University


The European Parliament and Brexit

Visit our Brexit webpage for further information about Brexit and the European Parliament.

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How will Brexit work? What is the European Parliament’s role in the Brexit negotiations under Article 50? In this section of our website, we have been collecting information, studies, and articles from different sources in order to keep you up-to-date on the latest developments related to Brexit.
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Haas J, Rubio E, 2017, Research for AGRI Committee – Possible impact of Brexit on the EU budget and, in particular, CAP funding, European Parliament, Policy Department for Structural and Cohesion Policies, Brussels