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An ill-timed recovery in the value of sterling is jeopardising what was promising to be another windfall year for UK farmers receiving the Basic Payment Scheme in 2017-18. The pound has surged against the euro since last week as expectations of an interest rate rise have mounted on the financial markets. But as the value of 2017 BPS entitlements are converted from euro to sterling based on the average exchange rate for the whole of September, the latest currency movements […]
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