Futures Forum: Brexit: and language schools on the south coast
Another is farming - with the UK government promising to keep up the grants system:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and guaranteeing funding: 'stability and certainty'
Different groups are urging different approaches, including the National Farmers' Union:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and a 'new, bold ambition' for farmers
Some are suggesting we need to copy how farmers are supported on the Continent:
On the continent, farms much smaller than this are still supported, and seen as valuable contributors to food security, diversity, ecology, and the local social fabric.
Brexit: It is now more important than ever that this country has MPs who will represent the people - Claire Wright
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the future of farming subsidies
Romania is ... rich in family farms ... the large number of small-scale family farms is a source of strength in the national economy, culture, society, and sustainability of agriculture. This preponderance of small-scale family farms has until now has been seen as a weakness in Romania’s agriculture, a barrier to competitiveness that needs to be rectified. However, recently there has been a re-appraisal of the social and economic value of small-scale farming.
The EU wants to block Romania's 51% local food shift. Who cares? | Transition Network
Futures Forum: "Law on the Sale of Food Products" >>> every large supermarket in the country must ensure that 51% of the fruit, vegetables, meat, eggs, honey, dairy products and baked goods they stock are "locally sourced"
The Campaign to Protect Rural England would like us to look to such models:
Brexit: Farm subsidies 'revolution' urged by rural campaigners
Brexit: Farm subsidies 'revolution' urged by rural campaigners - BBC News
New farmers and new small farms can kick-start agricultural revolution - Campaign to Protect Rural England
NFU response: CPRE's New Model Farming paper