Barns and dry stone walls© John Woodworth / robertharding/REX/Shutterstock
Large parts of British farming are at risk if the UK forges a post-Brexit free-trade deal with the US, a new report from the Harvard Kennedy School of business and government in Massachusetts and King’s College London has warned. Co-written by former shadow chancellor Ed Balls, who is now affiliated to both institutions, the paper suggests the UK will be in a particularly weak bargaining position, given its relatively small size and inexperience – and agriculture is especially vulnerable. See also: […]
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