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

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Farming and food production in Scotland boasts a rich provenance few countries can match. But the sector is also unique when it comes to the challenges of Brexit.

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Last month I took to Twitter for the first time. I was struck by how the arguments from last June’s referendum are still endlessly rehearsed by those involved with farming, still bitterly divided.

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My trip to China was an eye-opener. I approached the trip completely ignorant of what a modern day Chinese city would look like and I have never been to a socialist country and was not sure what to expect.

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Dr Rob Clayton, AHDB Potatoes sector strategy director

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Ben Aveling is the owner of Radmore Farm Shop, Cambridge.

 

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I am not sure when I dozed off but when I fell asleep it was July and I seem to have woken up in November.

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Well, the weather has dried up since we voted for Brexit. Markets have stabilised and even strengthened in some cases, and we have all survived, so far at least.

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With the weather having been so wet recently, this year’s haymaking has been delayed for a more consistent dry spell.

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