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The NFU is preparing to take a public stance on whether UK farmers would be better off in or out of the European Union – warning that a British exit would be potentially catastrophic for producers. NFU economists are examining the likely effect on agriculture if the UK leaves the EU following the proposed in-out referendum. Their findings will be used to inform an internal debate before the NFU announces its official stance within the next three months. NFU president […]
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