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EU Agriculture Commissioner talks Brexit at Queen’s University

EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development delivers this year's Gibson Lecture on his forthcoming visit to Belfast to mark Europe Day.

EU Agriculture Commissioner talks Brexit at Queen’s University

The 2016 Annual Gibson Lecture at the Gibson Institute, Queen’s University, will be delivered by the European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr Phil Hogan.

The lecture, entitled ‘Effect of Brexit on Irish Agriculture: North and South’ takes place on Europe Day itself, Monday 9 May 2016 at 6pm at Lecture Theatre 1, Medical Biology Centre, 97 Lisburn Road, Belfast. Reception is from 5.30pm with everyone welcome to attend this public lecture.

The greatest issue facing the agriculture and food sectors in a generation will be publically discussed by Europe’s leading agricultural policymaker. This is your opportunity to hear directly the opinion of those in charge of the Common Agricultural Policy and to take part in an open question and answer session directly after Commissioner Hogan’s presentation.

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Kevin Fearon is the Business Alliance Manager for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty at Queen's University Belfast and manages the Queen's Policy Engagement initiative.

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