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Northern Irish farmers have expressed concerns that the Prime Minister’s new Brexit deal could see them ‘cut out of’ the Great British market, if the rest of the UK chooses to diverge from EU food production standards.
Farmers in Scotland can expect to receive a cash injection under the terms of the Bew Review, published today (September 6), but the Farmers’ Union of Wales has warned the move could distort the market.
Government austerity cuts which have seen funding for forces in England and Wales slashed by £2.3 billion since 2011, coupled with an under-reporting of crime, have seen the number of rural beat officers reduced