BRITISH AND IRISH MEAT INDUSTRIES CALL FOR MORE IDEAS ON POST-BREXIT TRADE

Meat producers and exporters in Britain and Ireland have called on policy makers to come up with more alternatives for a post-Brexit trade settlement between the UK, Northern Ireland and the EU. The demands follow the publication by the European Commission on Wednesday (28 February) of a 120-page draft Brexit withdrawal agreement by the European Commission, which spelled out plans for Northern Ireland to remain within the EU’s customs union after December 31, 2020. This would be the case, even if the rest of the UK left the EU customs union, after ceasing to ...


To view this content you need to be logged in. Please contact us to request access.