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As the UK industry most vulnerable to the economic shock of Brexit, we were certainly all a bit shocked that food and farming was completely left out of Theresa May’s recent “grand industrial strategy to boost growth after Brexit”. The only mention farming got was an old plan published in 2014 to encourage “public procurement of British food” and Defra’s long awaited “25 year food and farming plan” which, it seems, is taking 25 years to draw up. See also: Opinion: […]
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