David Cameron on farmPaul McErlane/LNP/REX/Shutterstock
Livestock farmers would be forced to pay an extra £330m a year to export their goods abroad in the event of an exit from the EU, the prime minister has claimed. David Cameron ramped up his efforts to persuade people to vote to stay in the EU by warning farmers they would “suffer enormously” from an exit. He visited a farm in north Wales on Friday (11 March) as part of his tour around the country to convince eurosceptics to […]
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