Michael Gove was “incredibly confident” about leaving the UK UK Internet and food

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    The UK Secretary of state for environment, food and rural Affairs said he was “very confident” in the UK had to withdraw Britain from the EU in March.
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The UK Secretary of state for environment, food and rural Affairs said he was “very confident” in the UK had to withdraw Britain from the EU in March.

Speaking to FarmIreland.t. E. he also said that the UK government will disclose the “technical notes” this month about their plans to ensure its food supply.

It comes after industry claims that the person in the UK running out of food meals for a few days, if the IC is unable to provide online British exit from the EU next year.

The question is how IFA said it was ‘serious concern’ that the UK government can introduce a cheap food policy in the EU the Internet-what works, what he says, but would not destroy its domestic market, but also to pull down on the UK market with it.

However, Chairman of the General Union of agriculture in the UK, pounds her, she said she was not ready to provide cheap imported food in the UK, which would damage the agriculture of great Britain. United Kingdom, she said has the highest food standards in the world, and she’s not ready to UK farmers are held to such high standards, and then “let cheap things”.

“By supporting the government honest is a real problem and those who want free trade.” She said that some in the government “want cheaper everything…but You can’t have your cake and eat it too.

“The food standards should be discussed by the Parliament,” she said, and Gove assured her that, when the technical notifications published this month, “there will be a fair amount of discussion” about food standards in the UK.

Gove also told visitors on Countryfile to live in Oxford and focus is on the benefits for environment and health, the agriculture of great Britain can bring UK farming deserves support and understanding, to produce not only food, but also public goods such as environmental benefits. The link between good agriculture and environmental activities linked to human health, he said, and “the future of cultures is possible only by moving up the value chain”.

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The public, he said, was the first likely to die from diet-related diseases such as diabetes and heart disease and that it is in the interests of the UK to produce the highest standards of power in the most environmentally friendly way.

“If you want quality food, produced at the highest level, then you must support our farmers. Because there is more food produced under higher quality standards than here in the UK,” he said.

He also said that the UK wine producers this year will enjoy a “harvest”. UK sparkling wine will give more sick than French champagne this year, he said, regardless of what else quarter and month can bring.

“One of the problems – or opportunities, dare I say it – climate change is that the chalky soil of England, combined with the weather we just had, means that English sparkling wine will be a crop this year.

“So all the rest of the UK out of the EU may bring, it will bring English sparkling wine, providing a level of mood of British drinkers, greater than that provided by French champagne.”

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