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Richard Dunn
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Agricultural and Rural Business Solicitor
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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing the prospects for harvest '17, including cereal and oilseed yields.

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is a general chat - what topics do you want covered?

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK debates all things agricultural and rural - Whatever takes your fancy or is winding you up!.

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week on #AgriChatUK you can ask or answer the questions.

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is going to be open discussion on the future - what are your plans for 2017 +?

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BT has reached an agreement with Ofcom to legally separate Openreach, which controls the UK’s broadband infrastructure, where agreement has been reached for the broadband unit’s 32,000 staff to move to new company stripped of BT branding.

For two years the telecoms company had been at loggerheads with Ofcom, which wants to strengthen the independence of Openreach to promote competition and boost the rollout of superfast broadband, where Sky, TalkTalk, and Vodafone have initially stated that they see this as an encouraging start.

: +The Guardian

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France's PSA Group set to unveil deal to buy GM's Opel and Vauxhall brands on Monday say reports : +BBC News

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A Mini part's journey shows how carmakers and suppliers in Britain and the EU are intertwined, where the crankshaft used in the BMW Mini crosses the Channel three times in a 2,000-mile journey before the finished car rolls off the production line. : +The Guardian

Some interesting stories re. the car industry this week that highlight how carmakers and suppliers in Britain and the EU are intertwined.

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It's Thursday, so that means 8-9:30pm tonight it's time for the +AgriChatUK discussion, where this week #AgriChatUK is discussing drone usage on the farm. However, here is the +AgriChatUK discussion from Thursday, 16 February "Soil health".

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