Welsh farmland with Brecon Beacons in the distance©FLPA/Allen Lloyd/Rex Shutterstock
The Welsh government could see a second legal challenge to its Basic Payment Scheme arrangements, according to reports. The government was forced to rip up its plans for implementation of the scheme late last year after upland farmers brought forward a judicial review. There is now speculation that a group of lowland farmers is considering a similar move because they stand to lose out heavily following the Welsh government’s recent decision to introduce a flat rate payment by 2019. See […]
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