British agriculture must not become the “sacrificial lamb” during trade negotiations on Brexit, the deputy president of the NFU has warned. Concern is growing among farmers that the UK government may seek to sacrifice agriculture to strike free trade deals with countries including the US and Australia. During a debate on “What next for food and farming after Brexit?” at a Lib Dem conference fringe meeting in Bournemouth, industry leaders argued this must not be allowed to happen. See also: […]
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