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Farmers have a chance to submit ideas for the topics that MPs on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Efra) select committee should investigate. The committee has made an appeal to the public to tell it what key issues it should address during the next Parliamentary session. Its job is to scrutinise what Defra does and how it spends its budgets.  See also: Devon MP Neil Parish elected chairman of Efra committee The group’s remit also covers the major agencies […]
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