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A comprehensive, whole-Government approach is needed for a successful domestic agricultural policy, the NFU says as it begins consulting with its members on a new policy this week.
Comments from the Prime Minister which acknowledge the 'historic opportunity' Government has to deliver a farming policy have been welcomed by the NFU.
EU exit and international trade adviser Tom Keen takes a look at the three main themes of the government's consultation paper for agricultural policy post-Brexit.
Read the NFU's summary of the government's consultation paper for future agricultural policy once we leave the CAP.
NFU President Minette Batters reinforced British farming's unique role in producing safe and traceable food and enhancing the countryside as government releases consultation on future farming policy.
VIDEO: NFU President Minette Batters calls on members to have their say on the biggest farming consultation since 1947.
Let our experts talk you through the ins and outs of the government's consultation into future agricultural policy with the NFU's Q&A video.
Find out what NFU members think about farming's future as hundreds have their say at meetings across England.
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