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Johnson to Wales – Brexit means a better deal for farmers

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Boris Johnson needs Wales support for his ‘do or die’ pledge to leave the EU and will tell the farmers that with Brexit they will get a better deal.

Johnson is reluctant to engage the EU leaders if they show now sign of renegotiation of the agreement that was rejected three times by the parliament, increasing the changes of a no-deal Brexit that is pushing the Pound to its lowest point since 2017.

Johnson said that “I will always back Britain’s great farmers and as we leave the EU we need to make sure that Brexit works for them,” adding that Brexit will be an opportunity to introduce new schemes to support farming with a better deal.

But farmers are concerned that a no-deal Brexit could remove their subsidies making them vulnerable to lower-cost competitors like the US. Although Johnson pledges he doesn’t want any deal Brexit, he’s taking a hard stance with the EU telling the leaders to renegotiate the deal with Britain threatening them with a hard exit from the European Union while the pound went to its lowest point on the dollar since 2017.

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