Union flag in grain© Tim Scrivener
Farmers and the rural community need to lobby the government hard if they are to win public support after the general election, particularly if Theresa May wins a large majority. According to politicians speaking at the Devon County Show this week, a combination of Brexit, free trade negotiations and a parliament with a large urban slant presents a real challenge to British agriculture. Speaking at the Country Land and Business Association’s (CLA) breakfast opener, Sir Nick Harvey, former Liberal Democrat […]
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