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FGInsight 60 second news: September 29, 2016

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PRIME Minister Theresa May has conceded Britain may be forced to leave the single market – a move which industry bosses said would be disastrous for the industry and the wider economy, NFU Scotland has called on dairy processors to act and raise prices and by failing to take positive action to tackle the on-going bovine TB situation, Brexit could spell disaster for the dairy and beef sectors.

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