Government moves to boost water quality with new rules for farmers

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Government moves to boost water quality with new rules for farmers

Environment minister Thérèse Coffey insists rule changes will be a 'win-win' for both farmers and the environment

New rules to standardise farming practices around the country were launched by the government yesterday in a bid to boost the quality of UK water. Billed as a "win-win" for both farmers and the environment...

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