What does Brexit mean for the rural economy?

Funding arrangements, trade deals, food regulation, employment and environmental protection are all issues raised by Brexit, and although there are no hard-and-fast answers at this stage, it is possible to identify some of the key rural issues raised and examine the possible changes that may now occur.

1st July 2016

The questions raised by the Brexit vote in the EU Referendum remain numerous and diverse; funding arrangements, trade deals, food regulation, employment and environmental protection. There are no hard-
and-fast answers at this stage but it is possible to identify some of the key rural issues raised by Brexit and examine the possible changes that may now occur. These are discussed in our bulletin.

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