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Jonathan Hall

Jonathan Hall
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Clare Slipper

Clare Slipper
Political Affairs Manager
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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.  Send any comments you have to brexit@nfus.org.uk  Brexit will bring change and we want to hear your views. 

 
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

 
Union Welcome for Agri-Champions’ Report

17-11-2017

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15-11-2017

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09-11-2017

The EU committee of member state representatives’ vote on the 5 year relicensing of herbicide Glyphosate has failed to reach a...

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Vice President's Blog - 3 November 2017

03-11-2017

Inevitably Brexit has become top of the agenda on the NFUS priority list but can we learn from others’ experience asks...

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President's Blog - 18 October 2017

18-10-2017

With Brexit on the horizon lessons for politicians and negotiators could be learned from our transatlantic cousins writes President Andrew McCornick...

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Vice President's Blog - 25 September 2017

25-09-2017

Politicians and policy makers must ensure that whilst we as a union are keen to drive 'change' too much would put...

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