Fears 'no-deal' Brexit could hurt UK farming industry

UK PM Theresa May struggles to find enough backing for Brexit deal amid concerns over effects of potential failure.

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May is under increasing pressure to find enough parliamentary support for her Brexit deal, which the parliament is set to vote on it next Tuesday.

    She says her plan is the only way the United Kingdom can leave the European Union without economic chaos.

    There is growing concern of how no deal would affect people's livelihoods, not least in northern England, where farmers sell much of their products into Europe.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports from Yorkshire.


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