Brexit Debate

Industry welcomes government’s Brexit trade plan

The food and drink sector welcomed Brexit secretary David Davis's trade proposals to the EU (Flickr/Southbanksteve)

The government’s latest plans, to ensure goods already available in the UK and EU markets can remain on sale after Brexit, have been welcomed by Dairy UK and business leaders.

Moy Park sales increased 7.4% across the 13 weeks to July 1 (Flickr/Lindsay Holmwood)

Moy Park profits rise 7.1% in ‘challenging market’

Southern Salads entered administration with almost 260 job cuts

Brexit vote forces salad firm to close: 250+ job losses

FDF welcomed government plans to keep a soft Irish border after Brexit

FDF welcomes government’s Irish soft border plan

Graham: ‘It’s never been more important than now to play to our strengths’

Scottish dairy sector urged to raise output

Brexit secretary David Davis wants an interim customs deal with the EU after Brexit (Flickr/Southbanksteve)

FDF cautiously welcomes interim customs deal plan

Fears have risen that a ‘frictionless’ trade deal post-Brexit will not happen

‘Frictionless trade’ guarantees sought in Brexit talks

Scotch whisky must be protected after Brexit, the Scottish government warned

Scotch whisky ‘must be protected’ after Brexit

Members of the beef and lamb industry have called for a review of the carcase classification system

Industry calls for carcase classification review

Scotch whisky exporters want import tariffs reduced in any future trade deal with India

Scotch whisky sector calls for a trade deal with India

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