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 red tractor logo can play more significant role post brexit
red tractor logo can play more significant role post brexit

The Red Tractor logo is something that British farming can hang its hat on as new international trade agreements are negotiated.  That’s the view of Jim Moseley, chairman of Assured Food Standards which runs the assurance scheme. Speaking at the NFU’s Conference, he said that with the huge challenge of opening up international trade destinations in light of Brexit, there is significant potential to use an established assurance scheme as a unique selling point for British food and drink. “The standards that Red Tractor food is produced to run right the way through the supply chain and are comprehensive,” he said.  “It’s something that British food can hang its hat on and use as a selling point. Markets are opening up and we should take advantage of that. Take the Asia-Pacific region as an e

let eu nationals stay in britain | europe | for europe, against the eu | immigra

There is no doubt that, since the Brexit vote, the UK government has acted appallingly on the issue of EU citizens in the UK. It has failed to guarantee their rights, including their right to stay post-Brexit. The government seemed to suggest EU citizens would be used as bargaining chips in Brexit negotiations, betraying its willingness to keep EU workers from becoming equal citizens in British society. It said it would give priority to this issue once exit negotiations had begun, but to assign an instrumental role to EU workers in this way is inexcusable. This week, the debate got more heated, as it seems the Lords are likely to challenge the government’s Brexit bill precisely on the issue of EU nationals’ rights.It was for these reasons that I supported the ‘One Day Without Us’ event at

ukip is not the voice of brexit | british politics | for europe, against the eu

Every broadside against UKIP, every stump speech about UKIP’s politics of hate, every column warning that UKIP’s message still appeals even when the party clearly does not, is not really concerned with demolishing the inept reality of UKIP. It is concerned with attacking Brexit by proxy. So when a Labour MP warns that UKIP is using migrants and refugees as ‘“scapegoats” to tap into disenfranchised communities that are struggling economically’, as the Guardian reported last week, the suggestion is that UKIP supporters, and therefore Brexit voters, are scapegoating migrants and refugees. Or when a commentator calls upon his comrades ‘to stigmatise far-right racism without mercy; to call out the ignorance and racism of many UKIP activists’, as Paul Mason did a few days ago, he is simultaneous

ukip is not the voice of brexit | british politics | for europe, against the eu

Every broadside against UKIP, every stump speech about UKIP’s politics of hate, every column warning that UKIP’s message still appeals even when the party clearly does not, is not really concerned with demolishing the inept reality of UKIP. It is concerned with attacking Brexit by proxy. So when a Labour MP warns that UKIP is using migrants and refugees as ‘“scapegoats” to tap into disenfranchised communities that are struggling economically’, as the Guardian reported last week, the suggestion is that UKIP supporters, and therefore Brexit voters, are scapegoating migrants and refugees. Or when a commentator calls upon his comrades ‘to stigmatise far-right racism without mercy; to call out the ignorance and racism of many UKIP activists’, as Paul Mason did a few days ago, he is simultaneous

ireland 19-9 france: sexton dominates play on his return

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

presstv-hammond delivers cautious pre-brexit budget

Amina TaylorPress TV, LondonBritain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, has outlined the nation’s fiscal position for the coming year. The budget has been seen as a ‘cautious attempt’ to manage expectations and the nation’s purse strings. The opposition Labour Party accuses Hammond of ‘complacency’ whilst Brexit campaigners say the government has yet to provide a transparent economic post-Brexit plan.

australia hints at developing close ties with ireland post-brexit

Irish Sun Saturday 25th February, 2017• Bishop said that Ireland will become key gateway to the EU after Brexit• She said Ireland is "superbly" positioned to bring in more Australian businesses and exploit Brexit• She added this was a great time for Australia and Ireland to explore how to further tiesDUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bi

sources claim luxembourg and berlin more attractive for lloyd’s of london&

DUBLIN, Ireland - If sources are to be believed, Dublin is losing out in the race to lure banking and financial giants in the wake of Brexit. With the Theresa May led government prepari

cross-species jumps may play unexpectedly big role in virus evolution

On occasion, a virus may jump from one host species to another and adapt to the new host. Such cross-species transmission happens more often than expected, according to new research published in PLOS Pathogens, and it may play a much bigger role in virus evolution than previously thought.

trade with uk will be more difficult and expensive post-brexit, swedish governme

Trade with the UK will be more expensive and tricker post-Brexit, Sweden's government has been told. Photo: Matt Dunham/AP
Trade between the UK and Sweden will be both more expensive and more difficult after Brexit, a new report commissioned by the Swedish government has warned.
The report by Sweden’s National Board of Trade (Kommerskollegium) looked into how the trade of services between the EU and UK may be regulated once Britain leaves the union, and also provided alternatives for how customs and trade procedures for goods could be regulated.
"The UK is an important trade partner for Sweden and we hope that will continue in the future. But it is clear that it will be both more expensive and more difficult to trade with the UK after Brexit, and we need to look at possible solution

david miliband: don't pull up drawbridge after brexit - borehamwood and elstree

Britain must make sure it does not pull up the drawbridge after Brexit and leave Europe to deal with the migration crisis on its own, David Miliband has said. The former British politician, who now heads up the International Rescue Committee , said it will be much harder for the UK to maintain a global role after leaving the European Union, which has seen hundreds of thousands of men, women and children seeking refuge from the civil war in Syria.Start the conversation, or Read more at Borehamwood and Elstree Times.

presstv-brexit or ukexit ?

Concerns about Brexit effects on northern Ireland peace are intensifying.As the only part of the UK to share a land border with another EU member state, the argument and debate over Brexit are not just playing out differently in Northern Ireland but are unique to this region.

sources claim luxembourg and berlin more attractive for lloyd’s of london’s euro

Irish Sun Monday 13th March, 2017• The insurer might decide on either Luxembourg or Berlin• Bank of China might decide on relocating parts of its London operations to Dublin• Last week, global insurance giant AIG selected Luxembourg for its European HQDUBLIN, Ireland - If sources are to be believed, Dublin is losing out in the race to lure banking and financial giants in the wake of Brexit. With the Theresa May led government preparing to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, formally paving the way for Brexit negotiations - institutions and companies based in the U.K. would have to faster the process of deciding on the city for their new European headquarters. Last week, Dublin lost out to Luxembourg in wooing global insurance giant AIG to relocate its European regional headquarters. A

sbi floats one-time settlement scheme for tractor loans

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presstv-‘brexit can end exploitation of poor nations’

The UK should push ahead with Brexit so that it can revise the way it conducts trade with poor nations, says a British scholar, warning that the current situation makes it possible for those countries to be ripped off.Dr. Rodney Shakespeare, a professor of economy, made the remarks while discussing a report about the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union and its impacts on poor countries that rely heavily on the British market.Malawi and Bangladesh are two of the least developed nations that are bound to lose at least £323 million each year if the UK does not guarantee the existing trade terms with them before Brexit, the independent Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in London said in a report.Titled Post-Brexit Trade Policy and Development, the report warned that although the UK

kenny discusses election in northern ireland and border issues with trump

Irish Sun Friday 17th March, 2017• U.S. President Donald Trump met Taoiseach Enda Kenny at the Oval Office• Kenny said he discussed Brexit difficulties across the island of Ireland• This was the first meeting Trump had with a leader of one of the 27 EU statesWASHINGTON, U.S. - In what became U.S. President Donald Trump’s first face-to-face meeting with a leader of one of the 27 EU states that will remain in the union post-Brexit - Taoiseach Enda Kenny met the new U.S. President at the Oval Office.The two leaders are said to have discussed a wide range of issues, including the election in Northern Ireland, the issues surround the border dispute due to Brexit, the impact on the island of Ireland due to Brexit, the issue of undocumented Irish people and trade terms. Further, the U.S. Presiden

eu against hard border between belfast, dublin

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

tesco strike called off to facilitate talks

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

kenny says he will deal with leadership issue after u.s. visit

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

ireland captain rory best calls on the spirit of chicago

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

met eireann warns sleet and icy showers expected in the country

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

henshaw and ringrose must ignore hype, says gordon d'arcy

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

woman and child rescued from burning house in dublin

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

ireland ranked world’s 15th hardest working nation

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

alcohol consumption rises 5 percent in ireland in a single year

DUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bishop said, “I see this as the dawn of a new era. I see this as a great opportunity for Australia and Ireland to explore how we take advantage of what's occurred.”Bishop reportedly arrived in Dublin after completing visits to Washington and London. In the Irish capital, she met Foreign Affairs Minister

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