Union and EU flags in Brussels© Xinhua News Agency/Rex/Shutterstock
Defra minister George Eustice has defended the lack of a government plan for farming should the UK leave the European Union. Mr Eustice outlined the government’s position regarding the forthcoming in-out referendum to farmers and reporters at the Norfolk Farming Conference on Thursday (11 February). “The onus will be on the leave campaign to paint the picture of what it would look like for agriculture in the event that the UK decides to leave the EU,” he said. The government could […]
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