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Agriculture and fisheries to see most changes in event of 'Brexit'

Sat, 23 Apr 2016

Government has published a report on the potential implications of a Brexit.   
The Council of Ministers commissioned - there's only two months left until the United Kingdom decides on whether or not it'll stay in the EU.
Agreements between the Crown Dependencies and the continent would become void as a result, and new protocols would need to be established. 
Manufacturing, agriculture and fisheries are expected to see the most significant effects.
Chief Minister Allan Bell says the Isle of Man relies on the UK to maintain relationships with the continent:


  • Allan Bell MHK

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