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Defra secretary Michael Gove is looking for “orthodoxy-questioning free-thinkers” to help shape the UK’s post-Brexit agricultural policy. A Defra advertisement on the government’s Civil Service Jobs website encourages applications from would-be policy advisers willing to “challenge received wisdom”. Ministers are “looking for talented, imaginative, free-thinking and orthodoxy-questioning advisers to help shape and implement policy for life after the UK leaves the EU,” it says. See also: Soil ‘at heart’ of post-Brexit farm policy The advert says Defra is the department […]
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