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Jonathan Hall

Jonathan Hall
Director of Policy and Member Services
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E:  jonathan.hall@nfus.org.uk



Clare Slipper

Clare Slipper
Parliamentary Officer
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E:  clare.slipper@nfus.org.uk

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Brexit News

The UK’s exit from the EU presents one of the biggest challenges in the history of the Union.

Trade, access to labour and support for the agricultural industry are the three key priorities that NFU Scotland has been strongly pushing with negotiators since the outcome of the vote in June 2016.

NFU Scotland considers it vital that the outcome of the Brexit negotiations give Scottish farmers, crofters and growers opportunities to profitably and sustainably grow their businesses so they can continue to underpin the rural economy, local communities and environmental gains.

Visit this page to keep up-to-date with what NFU Scotland is doing in relation to Brexit, and for the latest information and briefings.  

 
The UK Government published a White Paper in February 2017 outlining its priorities for the Brexit negotiation. [link to pdf: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/589191/The_United_Kingdoms_exit_from_and_partnership_with_the_EU_Web.pdf

More information

 
Party Line Up Confirmed for National Hustings

26-05-2017

NFU Scotland is to host a National Hustings event at Lanark Auction Mart on Tuesday 30 May at 7.30pm....

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Union Disappointment at latest 'stall and fall' in milk prices

24-05-2017

NFU Scotland has called the latest stall and fall in milk prices as disappointing and ill-judged....

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Free Trade Must be Maintained in Brexit say Unions

23-05-2017

Livestock representatives from the UK Farming Unions and the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) have met in Belfast to discuss Brexit and...

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Vice President's Blog 23 May 2017

23-05-2017

Scotland’s livestock farmers should be joining their arable colleagues and getting behind our campaign for the reauthorisation of the herbicide glyphosate...

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President's Blog - 17 May 2017

17-05-2017

A profitable sustainable future is the big ambition that I have for our farmers crofters and growers and yet it needs...

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CEO's Blog 10 May 2017

10-05-2017

Today (10 May) saw the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee question the Scottish Government on the progress being made...

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