As Ministers announce fresh details on the biggest shake-up in agricultural policy in 50 years, questions remain as to how effective promised subsidy reforms will prove
Government pledges to give Trade and Agriculture Commission ability to scrutinise post-Brexit trade deals, but campaigns warn amendment to legislation falls short of formally banning products such as chlorinated chicken from the UK
Farmers, opposition MPs and environmental campaigners accuse government of broken promises after failing to back UK food and environmental standards in farming legislation
Reports may have suggested that the UK and EU have reached agreement on incorporating the Paris Agreement into any trade deal, but with just 12 weeks to go until the Brexit transition period ends huge uncertainties and risks remain for the green economy...
New study from the Nature Friendly Farming Network draws on evidence from 43 farms to warns sector is at risk of wave of bankruptcies unless practices change
As government launches Brexit PR offensive and news emerges of new lorry parks in Kent, many questions remain unanswered on the future of green standards and governance
Agriculture Bill takes a step forward, as a reports emerge of row between Holyrood and Westminster over the government's post-Brexit plans for environmental and food standards