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Will curlew be on the menu?

I HAVE been wailing on and off like a Cassandra for the past three or so years about the future of British agriculture. However, now the umbilical cord with Europe has been cut. No more Common Agricultural Policy to which farmers may cling.

But where are we going? The 2020 Agriculture Bill is moving through Parliament as we speak. “This bill is one of the most significant pieces of legislation for farmers in England for over 70 years and it is absolutely vital that it is tailored to farming’s

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