The House of Commons Library has produced a range of helpful documents, including this recently updated Brexit Timeline, covering the period 2016 to 2020.
Of course, all predictions should be taken with a pinch of salt, and we shouldn’t count our chlorinated chickens before they come home to roost, but here is how the House of Commons Library currently thinks it might go:
Brexit: We stand at a cross-roads. When the UK leaves the European Union, will our leaders uphold good standards for our food, farming, fishing and trade deals? And will they agree a sensible deal with the EU? We need to make sure that they do!
The Department of Trade wants your views on trade opportunities after Brexit.
The Welsh Government are seeking views on securing the future of farmland after Brexit.
Sustain members GM Freeze and Beyond GM have joined together to launch a new petition to protect...
Sustain's chief executive Kath Dalmeny has been identified as one of the UK's 10 most...
The UK will create its own Geographical Indication (GI) system if there is a no-deal Brexit.
A new study from Cancer Research and the University of Liverpool with 2,500 7-11 year olds reveals...
Over 30% of Healthy Start vouchers are not being claimed in London, which would help low income...
Six finalists took part in a live cook-off to find the best plant-centred dish made with vegetables...
The Real Bread Campaign is reviewing its official ambassador role and is inviting Campaign...
Join Blackburn with Darwen Food Alliance on Friday 19 October as young people from the school,...
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