Liz Truss© Jonathan Page
The government has no Plan B to support British agriculture in the event that the UK leaves the EU following a promised referendum. Defra secretary Liz Truss said it was “not the case” that officials within her department were working up a contingency plan that would form the basis of UK agricultural policy should the referendum result in Britain quitting the EU. She said: “We’ve got teams in Defra working on animal and plant health, flood protection, environmental improvement and […]
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