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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee
Oral evidence sessions announced
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee is investigating the implications of Brexit for UK agriculture and food. The Committee will be taking evidence from key industry representatives, academic experts and Government in order to identify priorities for a post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
The inquiry aims to inform the Government, the House and the wider public on the most important priorities for UK agriculture, in advance of the commencement of Brexit negotiations.
Evidence given by Guy Smith, Vice-President, National Farmers’ Union;
Wesley Aston; Chief Executive, Ulster Farmers’ Union.
Peter Hardwick, Head of Exports, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB);
Ian Wright, Director General, Food and Drink Federation;
Jon Woolven, Strategy and Innovation Director, Institute of Grocery Distribution.
Evidence given by Richard Hebditch, External Affairs Director, National Trust;
Tom Lancaster, Agricultural Policy Officer, RSPB;
Professor Ian Hodge, Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University.
EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 8 March at 10.30am