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David Cameron has launched the Conservative Party manifesto, pledging to champion Britain’s farmers and food producers. Promising a “good life for all”, the prime minister unveiled the document in Swindon on Tuesday (14 April). See also: Labour pledges farm strategy and end to badger cull The manifesto says a Tory government will set out a long-term vision for the future of British farming following the general election on 7 May. “Backing business also means helping our farmers and our rural […]
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