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Intervention measures for UK sheep sector "under consideration" in event of 'no deal' Brexit

Payments may also be made to smaller abattoirs to ensure they remain open

UK environment secretary Michael Gove has indicated that special intervention measures may be introduced for the sheep meat sector in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, while smaller abattoirs may also receive direct subsidies in order to stay open.

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