Environmental groups say scheme falls far short of farming reforms promised after Brexit
Farmers will be paid for looking after England’s soils for the first time from next year, when the first stage of the government’s new support payments begins.
Environmental groups criticised the measures as puny and accused ministers of failing in their promises to use the UK’s departure from the EU to strengthen environmental protections and reduce the damaging impacts of farming.Continue reading...
On the stroke of midnight (11pm UK time) on 31 January 2020, after 47 years of membership, the UK officially left the EU. There followed an 11 month transition period to 31 December 2020. The clock was then ticking for EU & UK citizens to register their status to ensure they kept their pre-Brexit rights. […]
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According to the Bank of England voting to leave the European Union has cost Britain more than £440 million a week in lost growth since the referendum.
Lord Digby Jones told Andrew Neil before the referendum that there would not be a single job lost because of Brexit.