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House of Lords launch for CRE’s ‘10 Key Questions for Rural Policy’ reports

In December, at the House of Lords, we launch our ‘After Brexit: 10 Key Questions for Rural Policy in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland’ reports. Written by academics, practitioners and policymakers, they look at key policy challenges.

As part of the Centre for Rural Economy’s ongoing commitment to inform debate on rural policy, we are holding an event to launch ‘After Brexit: 10 Key Questions for Rural Policy in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland’ reports.

They are written in conjunction with DAERA (Northern Ireland), the Rural Policy Centre of Scotland’s Rural College (Scotland) and the University of Aberystwyth (Wales).

This event will take place in Room G, House of Lords, on Tuesday 4 December 2018 from 5pm to 7pm. It is kindly sponsored by Lord Cameron of Dillington. 

Each of the four national documents will be introduced, after which there will be opportunity for discussion. Light refreshments will be available.

If you are interested in attending this event, please contact Guy.Garrod@ncl.ac.uk

Rural business opportunities will change with Brexit. The picture displays a signpost with Britain and Europe going in opposite directions.

published on: 13 November 2018