Michael Gove© Tim Scrivener
The “lion’s share” of farm subsidies after Brexit should go to farmers to support environmental work, Michael Gove says. The Defra secretary reaffirmed his commitment to a “Green Brexit” during a visit to Cornwall on Sunday (10 September). Mr Gove was speaking to reporters during a visit to Newlyn Harbour where he was joined by farm minister George Eustice and the Conservative MP for St Ives Derek Thomas. See also: Subsidies must be earned after Brexit, Gove tells farmers  The […]
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