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The level of spending on agriculture is at the centre of a political row on UK funding priorities post-Brexit. Sir David Norgrove, chairman of the UK Statistics Authority, said he was “surprised and disappointed” that foreign secretary Boris Johnson had repeated his assertion that the UK would be able to “take back control” of roughly £350m/week after we leave the European Union. Mr Johnson said it would be “a fine thing if a lot of that money went to the […]
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