Brexit: potential implications for agriculture, rural land and the CAP

This article looks at the potential legal implications for the agricultural sector and rural land of the UK's withdrawal from the EU (Brexit). It summarises the findings of some of the main reports on relevant issues. These include the extent to which regulation derived from EU law might continue to apply in England and Wales, the effect of the post-Brexit UK-EU trade model on UK agriculture, the type of agricultural policy that might replace the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), and the future of agricultural subsidies and payments for environmental land management.

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