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From the common market to the livestock market, what farmers think of the EU referendum

Nine days to go until the EU referendum.

Arguably no group will be more affected by the referendum decision than the farmers.

A fair percentage of the money we put into the EU goes towards farming subsidies. Today the LEAVE campaign claimed those payments will be protected for British farmers if we vote for Brexit.

Well many British farmers rely heavily on EU pay-outs to stay afloat. So will that sway their decision? Here's Sarah Saunders reporting from Hailsham livestock market.


MP speaks out over coalition

Mark Reckless, Tory MP for Rochester and Strood has denied being one of the Conservative MP's rumoured to be about to defect to UKIP. But he says he wants a referendum on Britain's future with Europe, and he would vote to leave the EU.

He is one of a growing number of Tory backbenchers who say they are increasingly fed up with the policy concessions being made by David Cameron just - so they say - to keep their coalition partners the Lib Dems happy.