Prime Minister Boris Johnson given recommendations to avoid 'calamitous' farming impacts of no-deal Brexit

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson can mitigate the most “calamitous” impacts on British agriculture of a “reckless” no-deal with the European Union but must work with rural businesses rather than pay them lip service, rural leaders have warned.
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