Farm minister George Eustice has promised farmers that he is seeking to avoid a “cliff edge” for agriculture when it leaves the EU. Speaking to an audience of 60 farmers at a recent event in Redruth, Cornwall, the minister offered assurances funding would remain available to the farming industry after Brexit and there would be a transition from the old system to the new. “We do not need cliff edges,” he said. “This needs to be an evolution to something […]
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