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Scotland and Wales have warned the UK government against taking sole control of agricultural policy post-Brexit. The Scottish and Welsh governments said the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill should be amended to prevent the UK government taking control of what is a devolved policy area. At the moment, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are each responsible for agriculture in their respective countries. First Ministers Nicola Sturgeon and Carwyn Jones have jointly written to Prime Minister May saying amendments to the Withdrawal […]
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