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Brexit will free the UK from costly agricultural regulations – enabling farmers to grow cheaper food, says a think tank report. The paper from the pro-free-market Institute of Economic Affairs argues that Brexit will free producers from EU red tape which encourages food prices to rise. The think tank argues pressure groups and other non-government organisations have been able to lobby for increases in EU regulation – which has proved costly for farmers. See also: UK farmers face ‘punishing’ Brexit […]
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