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Fairer funding for rural areas; Brexit in the nations; Farming in Serbia; Rotting carrots

The government has announced a £300m relief fund to mitigate the effects of cuts. Graham Stuart MP argues that rural areas should be given a greater proportion of funding, because costs are higher.
Brexit - how is the debate on UK membership of the EU playing out in the nations of the UK? We also take a look at farming in Serbia, a country which is looking to join the European Union.

And carrots - why do they seem to rot at the bottom of the fridge?

Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Mark Smalley.

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13 minutes

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Thu 11 Feb 2016 05:45

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