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Withdrawal from the European Union would have a serious effect on UK farmers, a government policy paper has claimed. But campaigners who want the UK to leave the EU say such fears are unfounded. A “decade or more of uncertainty” would follow a vote to leave the EU in the in-out referendum on 23 June, according to a Cabinet Office document released on Monday (29 February). “The UK’s withdrawal from the EU would have a serious impact on UK farmers,” says […]
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