This is a Farmers Protest, we do not need any politician in this movement. A leader can only join the movement only if they do not endorse their political party: National President of Kisan Union, Chaudhary Savit Malik tells @AnchorAnandN on #TheRightStand #PoliticsOverFarmers
Till the laws are rolled back and till we get a guarantee for MSP, farmers will not go back home: Chaudhary Savit Malik, @ChSavit (National President, Kisan Union) tells @maryashakil on #NewsEpicentre .
#PMFarmerOutreach – The farmers protesting on the streets reflect the sentiments of the majority of the farmers in the country: National President Bharatiya Kisan Union, Attar Singh Sandhu tells @Zakka_Jacob on #BrassTacks .
The farmers protesting on the street reflect the sentiments of the majority of the farmers in the country. Only a few Farmer’s Union is standing with the reforms: National President Bharatiya Kisan Union, Attar Singh Sandhu tells @Zakka_Jacob on #Viewpoint
President of the National Farmers Union Minette Batters reveals that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, British farmers 'are priced out of European markets,' and will suffer a significant financial hit. @TomSwarbrick1 | #SwarbrickOnSunday
“These payments have been a lifeline for many farmers... and will be very difficult to replace," said the president of the National Farmers Union.
"I make no apology for saying that leaving the EU without a deal would be a catastrophe for British farming." National Farmers' Union President Minette Batters says a no-deal Brexit is "the stuff of nightmares".
“Farmers are no dummies," president of the National Farmers Union said. "The president is going to do whatever he can to appease the farmers because it’s an election year. The only surprise here is the timing."
“Net farm income across the country right now is half of what it was six years ago. Every year it ratchets down. This trade uncertainty makes things far, far worse for farmers,” says Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union, about the ongoing US-China trade war.
National Farmers Union seeking urgent meeting at the highest level of government. President Minette Batters says farmers cannot deal with this uncertainty with plans for livestock and crops already being put off as clock ticks to 29 March