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Phil farms 385ha (950 acres) in Cheshire, split between the family farm on Lord Cholmondeley’s estate and Organsdale Farm near Tarporley. He milks 300 cows, mainly pedigree Brown Swiss, as well as diversifying into business units and an equestrian facility. He is also a Nuffield Scholar. Twitter: @PhilLatham

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There is nothing quite like a trip abroad to put some perspective on the state of the UK. And my recent two-week venture to New Zealand was no exception.

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If hill farming is to survive post-Brexit, we need to challenge the 50-year-old model which sees producing increasing numbers of animals as the key to financial health.

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In a spectacular own-goal, Theresa May’s Conservatives have been forced into a ‘confidence and supply’ arrangement with 10 MPs from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) after being humiliated at the polls.

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Trying to judge the mood of the British public can be a dangerous thing, as Theresa May found out to her cost in last week’s General Election.

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Phil farms 385ha (950 acres) in Cheshire, split between the family farm on Lord Cholmondeley’s estate and Organsdale Farm near Tarporley. He milks 300 cows, mainly pedigree Brown Swiss, as well as diversifying into business units and an equestrian facility. He is also a Nuffield Scholar. Twitter: @PhilLatham

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As the dust settles on the General Election, the new Government must work to improve the resilience of farm tenancies.

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Farming and the military are the only two truly federal policies in Switzerland. In both cases, the priority is protection.

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Opinion: Guy Smith, vice-president of the NFU

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You wonder if farmers are the only profession to spend time abroad looking at work-related issues and think of it as a holiday.

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Farming is always in a state of flux and the uncertainty of Brexit is another unwelcome headache for British farmers.

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