One of the curious features about the European farmer protests was why they had not taken off in the UK. Liam Stokes explained on UnHerd that this might have been due to farm size, but also fears in Britain that farmers would not garner MUCH public support. Stokes warned, however, that the relative passivity of UK farmers should not be mistaken for complacency: unhappiness and anxiety characterises a lot of the farming in Britain. Now, his premonition may be coming true: Welsh farmers have led a convoy of tractors outside of the office of the rural affairs minister in Wrexham. They come after protests further south over changes to government support and new regulations. How will Rishi Sunak respond if they spread to England?