There is much anxiety amongst the remain lobby after the rather strange and not clear cut brexit deal that has been tossed around but not quite settled. We are none the wider exactly where we stand when the whistle goes for end of session in eight weeks time. It’s really strange, there must have been more things put in place for change when we entered the common market back in the early 1970s. Our farmers must have thought about how to adapt their production to satisfy our food needs – the brexit referendum was nearly two or three years ago. What most leave families want to see are farms growing all our own needs and exporting the surplus. There must be plenty of scope to grow the veges we currently import by the truck load. I buy locally, tending to ignore the supermarkets’ bully tactics about what I should be buying. Bring on the British peas, beans and greens!