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Scotland's farmers have pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon's government to support Theresa May's Brexit deal after she failed to find common ground with Jeremy Corbyn over an alternative.

Andrew McCornick, the NFU Scotland president, told the country's largest one-day agricultural event that the agreement takes the prospect of a "deeply damaging" no deal Brexit "off the table."

With Fergus Ewing, the SNP's Rural Economy Minister, sharing the same platform, he said "this opportunity needs to be taken" as the deal offers free trade with no tariffs on food exports.

Mr McCornick told the AgriScot event at Ingliston near Edinburgh that the deal was "not perfect" but presents a "pathway to future trading...

Scotland's farmers have pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon's government to support Theresa May's Brexit deal after she failed to find common ground with Jeremy Corbyn over an alternative.

Andrew McCornick, the NFU Scotland president, told the country's largest one-day agricultural event that the agreement takes the prospect of a "deeply damaging" no deal Brexit "off the table."

With Fergus Ewing, the SNP's Rural Economy Minister, sharing the same platform, he said "this opportunity needs to be taken" as the deal offers free trade with no tariffs on food exports.

Mr McCornick told the AgriScot event at Ingliston near Edinburgh that the deal was "not perfect" but presents a "pathway to future trading...

Scotland's farmers have pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon's government to support Theresa May's Brexit deal after she failed to find common ground with Jeremy Corbyn over an alternative.

Andrew McCornick, the NFU Scotland president, told the country's largest one-day agricultural event that the agreement takes the prospect of a "deeply damaging" no deal Brexit "off the table."

With Fergus Ewing, the SNP's Rural Economy Minister, sharing the same platform, he said "this opportunity needs to be taken" as the deal offers free trade with no tariffs on food exports.

Mr McCornick told the AgriScot event at Ingliston near Edinburgh that the deal was "not perfect" but presents a "pathway to future trading...

Scotland's farmers have pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon's government to support Theresa May's Brexit deal after she failed to find common ground with Jeremy Corbyn over an alternative.

Andrew McCornick, the NFU Scotland president, told the country's largest one-day agricultural event that the agreement takes the prospect of a "deeply damaging" no deal Brexit "off the table."

With Fergus Ewing, the SNP's Rural Economy Minister, sharing the same platform, he said "this opportunity needs to be taken" as the deal offers free trade with no tariffs on food exports.

Mr McCornick told the AgriScot event at Ingliston near Edinburgh that the deal was "not perfect" but presents a "pathway to future trading...