Ross MurrayRoss Murray © Tim Scrivener/REX/Shutterstock
Farmers and rural landowners must speak up and make their voices heard ahead of Brexit negotiations, the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) has urged. Addressing the organisation’s Rural Business Conference in London on Tuesday (6 December), CLA president Ross Murray said rural organisations were working hard to make rural interests heard. But the most effective way to lobby the government was through grassroots action, he added. See also: Farm businesses urge PM to press ahead with Brexit “There is no more […]
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