Brexit Debate

One-third of foreign workers plan to leave UK

One-third of non-UK workers said  they plan to leave the UK within five years

One-third of foreign workers are considering leaving the UK, with highly-skilled EU workers the most likely to leave, revealed a survey from financial consultancy Deloitte.

Aquaculture faces a number of challenges, including sea lice and Brexit, according to the Scottish government

Sea lice and Brexit among Scottish seafood challenges

Theresa May proposed to safeguard the rights of EU nationals living in the UK (Flickr/Number 10)

May says food & drink’s 117,000 EU workers can stay

A lack of season workers could push up prices and lead to failed harvests, warned the NFU

Seasonal workers at critically low level, warns NFU

Dairy should take high priority in Brexit negotiations, urged Dairy UK

Trade body urges priority for dairy in Brexit negotiations

The Queen's Speech provided unanswered questions, EEF said (Flickr/Chatham House)

Queen’s Speech: answers needed to avoid ‘economic chaos’

The WSTA called for a Brexit ‘divorce settlement’ to avoid a ‘cliff edge’ no deal

Brexit ‘divorce settlement’ needed, urges WSTA

Innovation is needed to support the growth of food manufacturing, claimed consultancy

Manufacturers ‘must innovate to support growth’

Scottish food and drink exports increased 11% in the first three months of 2017

Scottish food and drink exports top £1.25bn

Bans on commonly used pesticides and herbicides threaten to jeopardise the UK’s supply of cost-effective food

Pesticide regulation talks threaten UK food supply chain

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