Rutland farmer fears for post-Brexit future where foreign imports put UK farms out of business
A farmer whose family has worked the land in Rutland for 300 years says cheap foreign food imports could ruin his livelihood.
Andrew Brown, 56, of Lyddington, believes the future of all farming is under threat if the country leaves the EU with no deal.
It would mean relying on imports from the likes of America where animal welfare and environmental standards are far below those in the UK and Europe.
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