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Abi Kay

Abi Kay

Chief Reporter
Farmers Guardian
Brexit, Brexit, Brexit...

Biography

Biography

Abi took up the post of chief reporter at Farmers Guardian after a stint working for the NFU as part of its government affairs team.

Prior to that, she spent five years in parliament as an assistant to a rural MP.

Abi covers all aspects of agricultural politics for FG, providing news stories and analysis to ensure farmers know how decisions made in Westminster and further afield will affect their day-to-day lives.

When Abi doesn’t have her nose in a newspaper, she has it in a good book. Rumours of her love for trash TV are entirely unfounded.

Recent Articles

Recent Articles

Pesticides may not be cause of 76 per cent drop in flying insect numbers, says CPA

Pesticides may not be cause of 76 per cent drop in flying insect numbers, says CPA

News | 20 Oct 17
The Crop Protection Association has warned further research is needed to establish the cause of a 76 per cent drop in flying insect numbers in Germany.
IARC deleted evidence showing glyphosate non-carcinogenic in its safety assessment

IARC deleted evidence showing glyphosate non-carcinogenic in its safety assessment

News | 20 Oct 17
IARC’s conclusion that glyphosate is ‘probably carcinogenic to humans’ has been called into question after it emerged findings proving the chemical’s safety had been removed from its final report.
Department for International Trade considers dropping all food tariffs

Department for International Trade considers dropping all food tariffs

News | 20 Oct 17
The DIT is said to be considering unilaterally dropping all food tariffs if the UK leaves the EU without a trade deal – a move which could have ‘disastrous consequences’ for British farmers.
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