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Farm leaders are giving evidence to MPs on government proposals for a major overhaul of agricultural policy once the UK leaves the European Union. Representatives from the NFU, Tenant Farmers Association and the Country Land and Business Association are appearing before MPs on Wednesday (14 March). See also: What Defra’s Brexit plan means for farmers Witnesses during the morning evidence session include NFU deputy president Guy Smith, TFA chief executive George Dunn and CLA president Tim Breitmeyer. It follows the […]
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