Campaigners battling to save the Agricultural Wages Board (AWB) will bring their fight to Lib Dem Agriculture and Food Minister David Heath on Friday.
The Somerton and Frome MP dodged questions from farm workers and Unite members during a protest outside his surgery last month.
But they will be back in Bath Street, Friday morning from 10am demanding why Mr Heath wants to abolish the AWB, despite signing an Early Day Motion in 2000 in its support.
The AWB determines the incomes of around 150,000 agricultural workers in England and Wales and supporters claim its abolition will see farm workers lose £25 million a year in wages.
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