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Agricultural support is still top of the agenda as NFU meets Scottish bankers

WITH average farm incomes falling and ongoing concerns over delivery of agricultural support, cashflows were top of the agenda when NFU Scotland met with the Committee of Scottish Bankers (CSCB) at the Rural Centre, near Edinburgh last week.

NFU Scotland’s presidential team of Andrew McCornick, Martin Kennedy and Gary Mitchell, accompanied by their director of policy Jonnie Hall, met with the banking delegation, which included Sandy Hay (Bank of Scotland), Brian Murphy (Royal Bank of Scotland), Alex Young (Clydesdale), Neil Wilson (HSBC), Wilma Low (TSB) and Michael Downey (CSCB).

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