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It is hard to see how leaving the EU would be beneficial to UK farmers, with disadvantages including a “likely” reduction in subsidies, according to a report commissioned by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society. Written by a group led by Wyn Grant, professor of politics at the University of Warwick and a member of the Farmer-Scientist Network, the report considers the possible impact of “Brexit” on farming. It concluded it was hard to see any advantage to British farmers in leaving […]
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