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The farming industry will need to work more closely with the food supply chain if it wants to secure the best possible post-Brexit deal, a leading agricultural lawyer has warned. Sian Edmunds, partner at law firm Burges Salmon, said the food sector must join forces and work as one body to tackle the challenges of Brexit. Fragmented views were already emerging on the key issues and there was a lack of clarity on the best way forward, she said. See […]
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