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Analysis: UK farming post-Brexit - out into 'free trade limbo'?

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Current discussions of post-Brexit agriculture policy tend to be concentrated on the issue of the domestic support measures, if any, to replace the lavish but inefficient CAP direct subsidy system. Less attention is given to the trade atmosphere within which British farming will have to operate and the effect this will have on farm and food prices. 


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