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Pressure is mounting on the government to provide more detail about what a possible EU exit would mean for farming businesses, as farmers battle with price volatility and uncertainty. At a City University conference on Monday (14 December), agricultural economists and farming leaders said businesses could be in for a long period of uncertainty if the UK voted to leave the EU. They said there was little evidence the UK government was seriously considering options for agriculture in the event […]
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