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British farmers should prepare for a turbulent Brexit likely to see agricultural interests traded off in favour of other industry sectors, a former top bureaucrat has warned. Sir Ivan Rogers, the former UK permanent representative to the European Union, issued the warning as he delivered the inaugural Henry Plumb Lecture to farm leaders and other industry representatives on Monday (20 November). A “stone cold sober analysis” was needed because the outcome of Brexit negotiations would shape everything that followed – […]
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