We’re all sleepwalking into an agricultural collapse
It’s a massive export industry, but unthinking urban-based sophisticates are indifferent to the Brexit disaster facing agriculture
The House of Lords cares more about Irish farmers than the Irish do. Why is that?
It has an EU committee which published a report last week on British-Irish relations after Brexit. It was the first time in the entire history of the House of Lords that it published a report on another country
A significant section of the 80-page report was dedicated to the implications of Brexit on Irish agriculture. Not that the Irish...
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