Disclaimer: The views expressed in this presentation are solely those of the interviewer/interviewee and do not in any way represent the views of the Holywell Trust, its partners or their funders. Holywell Podcast’s Brexit Focus returns for its 4th episode and is presented by Gerard Deane and Paul Gosling. The Farming and Food Industry is facing financial hurdles as the withdrawal from the European Union beckons. For farmers, subsidies funded through the Common Agriculture Policy remain in the dark as to whether they will still be entitled to the fund and if so will subsidies see a heavy decrease under new arrangements? Paul chats to William Taylor, Northern Ireland Co-Ordinator for Farmers for Action on the issue. Regarding the food industry Kamel Scarpello, Founder of Scarpello Bakery operating out of Newtoncunningham, discusses the impact of cross border Food production since the EU Referendum such as the fluctuating production pricing between Sterling and Euro and how it is cutting into profits. Gerard and Paul look back at the developments since our last episode in Brexit Watch and Paul answers a listener's question concerning reciprocal cross border Health arrangements. Never miss an episode of the Holywell Trust Podcast, the Holywell Trust Testimony series or Brexit Focus Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/holywell-podcast/id1229484179?mt=2 Follow us on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/user-743120821 And you can now listen to the Holywell Trust Podcast and Testimony series on Stitcher Radio http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/dee-curran/holywell-podcast Please feel free to comment on our Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Soundcloud pages and don’t forget to rate the programme. Thanks for listening and sharing the links.