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FGInsight 60 second news: June 23, 2016

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Falling milk production across Europe, a slight lift in dairy commodity prices and firmer spot markets for milk have provided a glimmer of hope for producers. Public support for British agriculture has increased for the fifth year running, underlining the importance of the sector in the UK, according to the NFU.And are you still undecided? As voters continue to make their way to the polls to vote in the EU referendum today, we lay out the facts to help you make your decision.

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