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Post-Brexit agricultural support and the WTO: Using both the amber and green boxes?

By Dr Ludivine Petetin, Cardiff Law School. This blog post is based on a talk given by the author at ...

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21st June 2018

Taking back and sharing control? Brexit and the common environmental frameworks

By Dr Viviane Gravey, Queen's University Belfast & Professor Colin Reid, University of Dundee. Debates about Whitehall ‘grabbing’ power from ...

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12th March 2018

Looking through a glass darkly: Public goods and agricultural policy

By Dr Adam Hejnowicz and Professor Sue Hartley, University of York. This blogpost highlights some of the points raised in ...

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9th March 2018
Corn on the cob

GMO cultivation in the UK: Brexit, the devolved administrations and international trade

Dr Ludivine Petetin, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University  Brexit offers a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity to renationalise prerogatives previously exercised by the ...

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11th January 2018
Swiss Cow Grazing

The gilded green cage: Swiss agricultural policy and lessons for Brexit Britain

Switzerland sits outside the European Union (EU) and its’ much critiqued Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). From this position, Switzerland has ...

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19th September 2017
Cow in Donegal (V Gravey)

Having the agri-food cake and eating it ?

This week has seen the publications of two position papers from the UK government, on future customs arrangement and on ...

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17th August 2017
Gove Speech

Green Gove woos environment sector: But what about devolution?

Despite a House of Lords report published last week warning that the impact of Brexit on the UK’s devolution settlements ...

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24th July 2017

Post-Brexit agri-environment and fisheries policy in the UK: A new dawn?  

The EU has had a profound impact upon UK agriculture and fisheries policy. Brexit will lead to considerable change in ...

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3rd July 2017

The EU and UK as both good and bad influences

This blog post summarises Prof Chris Hilson’s (University of Reading) introduction to the Brexit and the Environment roundtable organised by ...

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31st January 2017
Dublin street signs

Brexit and UK-Irish relations: Between low and high politics?

In a new blog post for The UK in a Changing Europe, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlie Burns react ...

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19th December 2016
Green cliffs

Brexit: A step forwards or backwards for a Greener Europe?

In an opinion piece for Euractiv, Viviane Gravey, Andy Jordan and Charlotte Burns (lead authors of the expert review) reflect on ...

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28th June 2016
Big Ben seen through the ornate metal security gates, Westminster, UK

After the Brexit vote: What next for the UK’s environment?

In a blog post on the Green Alliance blog Andy Jordan, Charlotte Burns and Viviane Gravey, lead authors of the expert ...

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27th June 2016