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Farmers are frustrated at what they view as a wall of silence from the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) about progress in investigating inaccuracies on 2015 Basic Payment Scheme claims. The RPA revealed in late June that it was working its way through 13,000 claims where farmers think they may have been underpaid. Last week it told Farmers Weekly it was on track with this “reconciliation” exercise and nearly 3,000 claims worth more than £5m to farmers had already been completed. […]
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