Analysis: Lack of direction over post-Brexit farming policy threatens to overshadow Leadsom’s trade optimism

Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom has unveiled five ‘guiding principles’ that will determine the future direction of domestic agriculture policy in the UK after it leaves the European Union and insisted that the government can secure trade deals to export British produce around the world.

But it is clear that the scant policy detail in theminister’s speech to the English and Welsh National

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