Interview: The EFRA committee chair on ‘prickly’ Coffey and Labour’s play for the rural vote
The chair of the Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs committee talks to ENDS about Thérèse Coffey not ‘suffering fools gladly’, why Labour won’t win the farming vote, where he thinks the new Environment Agency chief should be focusing, and why the Tories have 'a great story to tell' on water
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