A三级成人视频nd the countryside will cheer his insistence that, in order to make their industries profitable and attractive again, farmers and fishermen must be given a fairer share of the cake. Currently primary producers do most of the work but are only left with 8 per cent of the Gross Value Added from food.
L三级成人视频ang and others have been “prophets in their own country” for three generations. They will now have their place in the sun. Few can doubt that the Agriculture Bill presently going through Parliament will have to be completely rewritten from first principles post-Covid-19, with food security and a national nutritional policy at its heart. Lang has made an important contribution to that work. He calls for a Great Food Transformation and writes that “we should start now or be forced to do it in a crisis later”. Little did he know that the crisis was just around the corner.
Jamie Blackett is author of Red Rag to a Bull: Rural Life in an Urban Age (Quiller). Feeding Britain is published by Pelican at £25