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Environmental implications of the Agriculture Bill examined

18 October 2018

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee hears from a range of organisations on the environmental implications of the Agriculture Bill. Likely topics for discussion include the concept of paying public money for public goods, food production and the agricultural transition period.

Witnesses

Wednesday 17 October, Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster

At 9.30am

  • Caroline Drummond, Chief Executive, Linking Environment and Farming
  • Vicki Hird, Farm Campaign Coordinator, Sustain
  • Thomas Lancaster, Vice Chair of Agriculture working group, Wildlife and Countryside Link
  • Stephen Russell, Policy and Advocate Officer, Ramblers

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