Richardson, David
March 2007
Farmers Weekly;3/30/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 13, p38
Trade Publication
The author criticizes former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown for ignoring the farming community in his budget priorities. During a radio interview, Brown refused to commit on any of the provocations of television personality John Humphrys. However, the author cites that when Brown was asked about the betterment of farmers' lives, he discussed the exemption of 4x4 use in farms.


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