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Without a tariff, lower-priced American imports would bankrupt British free-range egg farmers.

Your supposition that British consumers would prefer to buy the more expensive British free-range eggs over cheap imported ones has already been disproved in the example of pig meat.

Half the British pig industry was exported overnight, a loss to the economy, and pig welfare.

BOB POWELLBirmingham, MichiganLife in the old dogfight yetA dogfight in aerial combat is known as “basic fighter manoeuvring”, or BFM , within the profession (“Virtual mavericks”, November 21st).

The turkey made its way into the Arab lexicon and kitchens long after the Roman Empire had met its end.

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