8th July 2020
A SWINDON farmer has vowed to fight government rules that she says will mean lower quality food is allowed to be imported. Liz Webster founded campaign group Save British Farming, which is calling on farmers and activists to drive trucks and tractors to protest in Parliament Square on Wednesday against the agriculture bill which is currently going through parliament.
British farmers are planning to drive tractors to Westminster to protest against concerns the UK government's Agriculture Bill will "sell them down the river". The campaign group Save British Farming is calling on farmers to drive tractors to Parliament Square for a "socially-distanced demo" from 1pm on Wednesday 8 July.
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A group called 'Save British Farming' - representing farmers, consumers and members of the food production industry - is calling on farmers and supporters of upholding food standards to drive their tractors, trucks and cars to Westminster on 8 July, to protest the agriculture bill that is currently going through parliament.