'We've risen above adversity in the past': Builth Wells not arsed about no deal 2 weeks ago

'We've risen above adversity in the past': Builth Wells not arsed about no deal

The small Welsh town at the heart of Brecon & Radnorshire is surrounded by sheep farms - and they don't seemed to bothered about the consequences of no deal

Brecon & Radnorshire is the largest constituency in England and Wales. Sheep outnumber people here.

Tariffs on lamb in the event of a no deal would be 46 per cent, making exports unprofitable and causing a massive surplus of meat. Some have suggested the slaughter and incineration of the excess flock because the UK's cold storage capacity is already 95 per cent full.

Michael Gove, who is running the government's no deal planning, has pledged £500 million to purchase lamb at a predetermined price. Where that meat would go is anybody's guess, given there's no space in the freezer.

Given these facts, how do Builth Wells' residents feel about no deal? JOE.co.uk visited the town to find out.