NFU deputy president Minette BattersNFU deputy president Minette Batters
Agriculture is in danger of becoming little more than a pawn in bilateral trade negotiations, unless grassroots farmers help raise its profile with policymakers in Whitehall. Addressing a post-Brexit policy meeting in Exeter – one of 49 the NFU is holding over a three-week consultation period – deputy president Minette Batters urged all farmers to write to their MPs to ensure the food and farming industry was well represented in trade negotiations. “The industry is worth £108bn to the economy […]
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