Saturday 24 February, 2024

Livestock farmers more likely to have voted leave in EU referendum, research finds

Livestock farmers are more likely than their arable counterparts to have voted leave in the EU referendum, a new study has found.

Abi Kay
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Livestock farmers more likely to have voted leave in EU referendum, research finds

Livestock farmers are more likely than their arable counterparts to have voted leave in the EU referendum, a new study has found. The research, ‘Understanding UK farmers' Brexit voting decision: A...

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