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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee
Report published on 3 May 2017. Government response published on 11 July 2017. Debated on 17 October 2017.
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee publishes its report which investigates the implications of Brexit for UK agriculture and food, particularly the implications of leaving the EU's Common Agriculture Policy and the Single Market. The UK's agriculture sector faces challenges and opportunities as a result of Brexit. It will need to overcome challenges posed by leaving the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), not least because CAP funding currently supports many farms across the UK.
EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee publishes report on Brexit and agriculture