The Conservative Rural Affairs Group Annual General Meeting was held on Thursday 28th April, at The House of Commons. Lord Plumb gave the welcome to members and announced the new officers for 2016-17. He welcomed Lord Abergavenny as new Chairman and thanked previous Chairman, Richard Haddock for his service. He himself was retiring and he warmly welcomed Lord De Mauley who was now the new Crag President.
Crag Executive committee, accompanied by Crag's new Parliamentary Representative, Nusrat Ghani MP, met with George Eustice MP, Defra Minister for Farming, Food and the Marine Environment on Thursday to discuss current rural affairs issues.
Chairman, Richard Haddock asks for more information before casting his vote at the EU Referendum on 23rd June. There are a lot of questions regarding the impact of any decision particualrly important to the Agricultural sector. See below for full article;