Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Clyst Hydon in Devon with a panel including Aaron Bastani from Novara Media, the President of the NFU Minette Batters, the Labour backbench MP Ben Bradshaw and the Minister for Children and Families Nadhim Zahawi MP. They debate Remembrance Day poppies, Brexit and farming, calls for a tax on red meat and will Prince Charles "meddle" as a future monarch?
Any Questions? - Aaron Bastani, Minette Batters, Ben Bradshaw MP, Nadhim Zahawi MP - BBC Sounds
The president of the NFU has said that Brexit would be a 'catastrophe' for British farming:
No-deal 'catastrophic' for British farming
‘A CATASTROPHE for farming’ President of Farmer’s Union SLAMS no-deal Brexit plans | UK | News | Express.co.uk
No-deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’ for British agriculture, Minette Batters warns - Yorkshire Post
No-deal Brexit could be catastrophic for farming, warns NFU | Farming | Eastern Daily Press
Ben Bradshaw MP tweeted a couple of days ago in support for the farming community:
Ben Bradshaw on Twitter: "Good to see Farmers Weekly latest to come out in favour of a #PeoplesVote to avert #BrexitShambles. They know the damage #brexit will do to our rural communities,… https://t.co/ZqoXO0W38L"
And last night after the latest ministerial resignation, Minister Nadhim Zahawi MP had cautioned against a new poll, telling the BBC such a move would "unleash forces that no politician…would actually know where it would end up":
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Interestingly, the mood in the room seemed to be behind what Minette Batters had to say...