Field Of 750 000 Red White And Blue Delphiniums in the shape of a Union Jack© Brian Bould/Daily Mail /REX/Shutterstock
Farmers must be placed at the heart of a new combined food, farming and environmental policy to help revive the rural economy in a post-Brexit era, say industry leaders. The vote to leave the EU has offered Britain a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity to build a more resilient farming sector – and restore the environment. But if subsidies are lost, redirected or poorly targeted, there could be serious consequences for the wider countryside, warn farm leaders. See also: Chancellor pledges post-Brexit funds for […]
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