Sign at the headquarters for DEFRA© Kevin Foy/REX/Shutterstock
Defra is looking to swell its numbers to meet the challenges of Brexit and in readiness for the UK government taking back control of agricultural policy. It is advertising for more than 30 new recruits to join the policy and communication departments in Westminster, Bristol and York. Defra said in the adverts: “This is a tremendously exciting time to join Defra. We are one of the lead departments in delivering a successful exit from the EU. See also: Defra ill-prepared for […]
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