Australia Free Trade Deal?

Muck Spreader

Member
Location
Limousin
why they going to import oz stuff to france ?
anyway is it worth bashing your head about ? though I spose if you do it enough you won't have enough sense left to care
Nothing to do with farming.
Australian beef and lamb shouldn't have a big impact on the UK market. However, it will set a massive precedence for future trade deals with the likes of the USA and Brazil, where the UK trade negotiators may have something to actually gain by sacrificing its farmers, food hygiene and welfare status.
 

Henarar

Member
Livestock Farmer
Nothing to do with farming.
Australian beef and lamb shouldn't have a big impact on the UK market. However, it will set a massive precedence for future trade deals with the likes of the USA and Brazil, where the UK trade negotiators may have something to actually gain by sacrificing its farmers, food hygiene and welfare status.
Oh well not to worry
 

Hilly

Member
Nothing to do with farming.
Australian beef and lamb shouldn't have a big impact on the UK market. However, it will set a massive precedence for future trade deals with the likes of the USA and Brazil, where the UK trade negotiators may have something to actually gain by sacrificing its farmers, food hygiene and welfare status.
Won’t be your problem then will it so best you concentrate on something your side of the ditch, instead of spreading your doom here.
 

Muck Spreader

Member
Location
Limousin
Like said , it’s not your problem so why you still even here after years of spreading doom and gloom on brexit you have just jumped on this ! Not your problem lad your in France don’t worry your self .
Fortunately, as you rightly say its not my problem. But why aren't UK farmers mobilising, the government couldn't care less about farming and the opposition seem to have vanished into outer space. If you don't voice opposition to this trade deal even if it appears inconsequential, there will be no chance of blocking or limiting the really serious ones over the coming years.
 

Hilly

Member
Fortunately, as you rightly say its not my problem. But why aren't UK farmers mobilising, the government couldn't care less about farming and the opposition seem to have vanished into outer space. If you don't voice opposition to this trade deal even if it appears inconsequential, there will be no chance of blocking or limiting the really serious ones over the coming years.
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Dare say it’s nothing to do with you so don’t worry yourself.
 

Henarar

Member
Livestock Farmer
Aye, keep you head firmly in the sand and it will go away. But no French farmers to fight your corner this time.
Why keep on about head in the sand ?
I would think it was reasonably clear what was on the cards, see my posts before the eu ref
Just cos some folk don't shout about it on here at every opportunity don't mean they can't see whats going on
 

Henarar

Member
Livestock Farmer
Fortunately, as you rightly say its not my problem. But why aren't UK farmers mobilising, the government couldn't care less about farming and the opposition seem to have vanished into outer space. If you don't voice opposition to this trade deal even if it appears inconsequential, there will be no chance of blocking or limiting the really serious ones over the coming years.
How do you know who is voicing opposition, not everything has to be shouted about on TFF
 

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New report underlines need for joined-up action to protect rivers

Written by Defra Press Office

A wide river is in view in a valley in the background, a drystone wall is behind the river, and large, green trees are prominent in the scene.


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Environment Minister Rebecca Pow and Environment Agency Director John Leyland attended the launch panel to discuss the ways in which the...
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