This Friday’s edition of the Brexit Briefing is part of the series of posts to highlight articles published in the media covering Brexit from an environmental perspective.
The articles are presented in chronological order with the most recent articles first. They are not presented in any specific order of importance & are provided as a selected sample of news articles to promote understanding of the key environmental issues as they develop during the Brexit process.
The selected articles this week are:
Brexit: UK won’t leave the EU and will one day join the Euro, says Lord Heseltine (The Independent, 22 September 2017)
10 more Green Brexit questions that need answering (BusinessGreen, 21 September 2017)
Devolution: What is the impact on Wales’ environment? (BBC News, 21 September 2017)
Scottish and Welsh governments publish Brexit bill amendments (The Scotsman, 20 September 2017)
Brexit splits: what divides May, Johnson, Davis and Hammond on the big issues (The Guardian, 20 September 2017)
NFU Scotland maps out its top post-Brexit priorities (The Scotsman, 20 September 2017)
Vince Cable calls for ‘political adults’ to work together against hard Brexit (The Guardian, 18 September 2017)
Fleeced: Scottish farmers to lose £2 billion in EU funding after Brexit (TheNational, 18 September 2017)
Boris Johnson left isolated as row grows over £350m post-Brexit claim (The Guardian, 17 September 2017)
Will Brexit hurt our farmers? (MoneyWeek, 17 September 2017)
An EU light bulb moment (FarmingLife, 16 September 2017)
Globalisation versus Populism, and the Future for Environmental Regulation (Who’sWhoLegal, 16 September 2017)
Gove meets Scottish industry leaders amid mounting tension (FarmingUK, 16 September 2017)