Last week BusinessGreen questioned whether the high-profile Fish Fight campaign needed to be more focused – Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall responds
This is an interesting and considered article but in the end I fundamentally disagree with the point being made. I don't think we do need to be precise about how the CFP should be reformed. If we had...
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