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A major restructuring of agricultural policy will be needed to maintain food security if the UK leaves the European Union, academics have warned. The UK’s forthcoming in-out referendum on 23 June will have “momentous significance” for the country’s food system, says a report by Food Research Collaboration. Called Food, the UK and the EU: Brexit or Bremain?, the briefing paper argues that country must “wake up to the enormity of unravelling 43 years of co-negotiated food legislation”. See also: Farm […]
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