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How could each party's General Election manifesto impact farming and rural communities?

The Countryside Alliance has analysed how each political party's manifesto commitments could have consequences on farming and rural communities

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David Bean - Parliament and Government relations manager at the Countryside Alliance: "The launch of its manifesto has been a keenly anticipated event. Yet for the countryside, it has turned out to be something of a damp squib."
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David Bean - Parliament and Government relations manager at the Countryside Alliance: "The launch of its manifesto has been a keenly anticipated event. Yet for the countryside, it has turned out to be something of a damp squib."

Most political parties have now published details of their key commitments and policies to farmers ahead of the General Election on July 4. With just 17 days to go until voters head to the polls, David...

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