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Gill is unopposed for second term

08 January 1999
Gill is unopposed for second term

By FW reporters

BEN Gill has been nominated unopposed for a second term as president of the National Farmers Union.

But there will be an election for the two deputy president positions, with five candidates proposed by union county branch executives.

In addition to current deputies Tony Pexton and Tim Bennett, others seeking election are Richard Haddock (Devon), Hugh Oliver-Bellasis (Hampshire), and Rad Thomas (Leicestershire).

David Quayle has also been nominated, unopposed, to continue as union treasurer.

The election for deputies will take place immediately after the NFU annual meeting in London on 3 February when the 94-strong union council will convene to vote.

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Gill is unopposed for second term

8 January 1999

Gill is unopposed for second term

NFU president Ben Gill has been nominated, unopposed, for a second term at the unions helm.

But there will be an election for the two deputy president positions, with five candidates having been proposed by union county branch executives.

In addition to the current deputies, Tony Pexton and Tim Bennett, the others seeking election are Richard Haddock, Devon, Hugh Oliver Bellasis, Hants, and Rad Thomas, Leics. David Quayle has also been nominated, unopposed, to continue as union treasurer.

The election for deputies will take place immediately after the NFU annual meeting in London on Feb 3 when the 94-strong union council will convene to vote.

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