Lincolnshire Farmers Harvest over £125m a year from the EU.
Research by Lincolnshire European Movement has established that Farmers and other landowners in Lincolnshire collectively gained over £125m in the year ended 15 October as a result of our membership of the European Union. In the event of Brexit, as the law currently stands things look uncertain for 2021.
Don't let Sir John Hayes' dream become our nightmare
South Holland & the Deepings MP Sir John Hayes's latest column in Hayes in the House in which he calls for us to leave the European Union without delay demonstrates quite clearly that he has no care of the consequences in doing so under a No deal Brexit.
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