Clarke, Philip
December 2006
Farmers Weekly;12/29/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 26, p14
Trade Publication
The article highlights the views of David Miliband, secretary of the British Department of Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, regarding issues related to agriculture in the region. He is adamant that Chancellor Gordon Brown is anti-farming. Miliband says that farmers should still be rewarded for the delivery of public goods, but they should be selling their produce in an open market that is free from subsidies.


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