Brexit: agriculture Contents

Appendix 2: List of witnesses

Evidence is published online at www.parliament.uk/brexit–agriculture and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).

Evidence received by the Committee is listed below in chronological order of oral evidence session and in alphabetical order. Those witnesses marked with ** gave both oral evidence and written evidence. Those marked with * gave oral evidence and did not submit any written evidence. All other witnesses submitted written evidence only.

Oral evidence in chronological order

*

Professor Wyn Grant

QQ 1–10

*

Professor Alan Swinbank

QQ 1–10

*

Allan Wilkinson, HSBC Bank plc

QQ 1–10

**

Tim Breitmeyer, Country Land and Business Association

QQ 11–29

*

George Dunn, Tenant Farmers Association

QQ 11–29

**

Tom MacMillan, Soil Association

QQ 11–29

**

Professor Alan Matthews

QQ 30–41

**

Professor Joseph McMahon

QQ 30–41

**

Wesley Aston, Ulster Farmers’ Union

QQ 42–58

**

Guy Smith, National Farmers’ Union

QQ 42–58

**

Peter Hardwick, Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

QQ 42–58

**

Jon Woolven, Institute of Grocery Distribution

QQ 42–58

**

Ian Wright, Food and Drink Federation

QQ 42–58

*

Richard Hebditch, National Trust

QQ 59–71

*

Professor Ian Hodge

QQ 59–71

**

Tom Lancaster, RSPB

QQ 59–71

**

Professor Nigel Gibbens CBE, Chief Veterinary Officer, Defra

QQ 72–80

**

Pamela Thompson, Defra

QQ 72–80

**

George Eustice MP, Minister of State for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Defra

QQ 81–91

**

Mike Rowe, Defra

QQ 81–91

Alphabetical list of all witnesses

Agricultural Industries Confederation

ABR0018
ABR0019

**

Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) (QQ 42–58)

ABR0037
ABR0040

British Meat Processors Association (BMPA)

ABR0041
ABR0051

British Egg Industry Council (BEIC)

ABR0017

British Growers Association

ABR0036

British Poultry Council

ABR0027

Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)

ABR0047

Professor Michael Cardwell

ABR0049

Compassion in World Farming

ABR0004

**

Country Land and Business Association (CLA) (QQ 11–29)

ABR0008

Crop Protection Association

ABR0026

Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA)

ABR0048

Dairy UK

ABR0035

**

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) (QQ 72–80, QQ 81–91)

ABR0053
ABR0054

Devon County Council

ABR0016

Farmers’ Union of Wales

ABR0045

Farmwel

ABR0029

**

Food and Drink Federation (FDF) (QQ 42–58)

ABR0044

Food Ethics Council

ABR0020

Food Foundation

ABR0030

Food Research Collaboration

ABR0024

*

Professor Wyn Grant (QQ 1–10)

Dr Viviane Gravey, Dr Brian Jack, Dr Lee Mc Gowan

ABR0021

Dr Alan Greer

ABR0014

Christian Häberli PhD(Law), Fellow at the World Trade Institute, Bern University

ABR0002

*

Professor Ian Hodge (QQ 59–71)

**

Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) (QQ 42–58)

ABR0043

**

Professor Alan Matthews (QQ 30–41)

ABR0038

**

Professor Joseph McMahon (QQ 30–41)

ABR0039

National Association of British and Irish Flour Millers (nabim)

ABR0028

National Office of Animal Health (NOAH)

ABR0011

National Pig Association

ABR0005

National Sheep Association

ABR0025

*

National Trust (QQ 59–71)

**

National Farmers’ Union (NFU) (QQ 42–58)

ABR0042

NFU Cymru

ABR0034

NFU Scotland

ABR0007

**

RSPB (QQ 59–71)

ABR0009

RSPCA

ABR0006

School and Nursery Milk Alliance

ABR0012

Scottish Government

ABR0052

Scottish Land & Estates

ABR0032

**

Soil Association (QQ 11–29)

ABR0033

Sustain

ABR0003

*

Professor Alan Swinbank (QQ 1–10)

*

Tenant Farmers Association (QQ 11–29)

UK Pesticides Campaign

ABR0031

**

Ulster Farmers’ Union(QQ 42–58)

ABR0046

Mr Peter Ungphakorn

ABR0001

Welsh Government

ABR0050

Which?

ABR0013

Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

ABR0022

*

Allan Wilkinson, HSBC Bank plc (QQ 1–10)

Woodland Trust

ABR0023

WWF

ABR0010





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