'No Farmers No Food' was the cry as UK farmers protested on the streets of London yesterday. They want the government to recognise that falling prices are causing them real problems. David Gregory-Kumar reports.
Also, farming and the EU. Many farmers feel there's still not enough clarity about what a post EU future would look like for them to make an informed decision. Kerry McCarthy, who's the Shadow Secretary of State for Farming, tells Caz Graham why she's got her feet firmly placed in the 'In' camp.
This week Tesco has re-branded its budget range of fresh food products under new labels that sound like British farms. But they're not. So you can buy a Woodside Farms gammon steak - but the meat may not be from Britain and it wasn't produced on a farm called 'Woodside'. Professor David Hughes of Imperial College, London is an expert on food marketing. He explains that it goes against calls for greater transparency.
And the Essex coastal farmer who's responding to increased breache