DEFRA


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Defra

(ˈdɛfrə)
(in Britain) n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Translations

DEFRA

[ˈdɛfrə] n abbr (British) (=Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) → ministère m de l'agriculture
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According to the National Audit Office, Defra is one of the Government departments "most affected by EU Exit".
Despite Welsh Government negotiations, Defra has insisted on keeping post-movement TB testing for Welsh cattle even though it is not needed when low-risk cattle move from England to Wales.
Nicola Spence, from Defra, said: "I am pleased our well-established protocol to eradicate Asian hornets has worked so effectively.
Defra was criticised for allowing large quantities of horse meat to pass through UK's food chain.
Yet Defra - the ministry responsible - is still refusing to take decisive action.
DEFRA has issued a new guidance on food date labeling for U.K.
It also called for Defra to find ways to remove "gold-plating" of EU rules, in which UK requirements go beyond what is demanded by Brussels, and for the department to ensure more of its employees have hands-on experience of farming businesses they regulate.
Neil Dutton, regional manager for The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), said: "This is a very positive step forward and we welcome Defra recognising that one size does not fit all.
During this year, and the next four years, national parks will see around 33% cuts in real terms in their funding from Defra.