Food security plan after Brexit: biggest shake up to farming in 40 years


Bill requires regular monitoring of supplies and shift from CAP-style subsidies but no gate on lower quality imports

The UK’s food security is to be regularly assessed by parliament to ensure minimal disruption to supplies after the country leaves the EU and while new trade deals are sought.

The commitment will be part of the biggest shakeup of British agriculture in 40 years and requires a regular report to MPs outlining supply sources and household expenditure on food, as well as consumer confidence in food safety.

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