CLA Public Affairs Adviser Eleanor Wood examines the extension the EU have granted the UK and what could happen in the meantime.
CLA Director of External Affairs Tom Bartošák-Harlow provides the latest update on the Brexit negotiations.
For many rural businesses, diversification will be a factor in their post-Brexit planning. Trees and woodlands can provide an all too often overlooked opportunity to add sustainable income.
After Prime Minister Theresa May secured a Brexit extension from EU, CLA Public Affairs Adviser Eleanor Wood looks at what comes next.
After MPs rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal this week and voted for an extension of Article 50, CLA Director of External Affairs Tom Bartošák-Harlow takes a look at what this actually means.
This briefing note focuses on the Government's no dealy import tarriff policy and is based on published information and discussion with the Defra trade policy team, and the CLA’s own analysis.
Climate change is rising rapidly up government’s agenda and new agriculture policy post-Brexit will give landowners and farmers an opportunity to consider both how to reduce their emissions and how to adapt to a warming world.
CLA Public Affairs Adviser Eleanor Wood looks at the events of Brexit this week and if the Government are any closer to passing the deal.
CLA Director of External Affairs Tom Bartošák-Harlow provides analysis of the latest Labour MP resignations and what this means in terms of Brexit.
Whatever the outcome of Brexit, upskilling yourself or your staff can only be beneficial to the bottom line of your business. This article considers how you can identify the right skills and course for you and your staff whatever the future holds.