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The NFU has warned the Rural Payments Agency must urgently resolve any outstanding issues with 2015 Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) claims if it is to successfully meet its target of paying 90% of farmers’ 2016 payments in December. NFU vice-president Guy Smith said there were doubts that the agency could meet that promise, but the union was determined to hold it to it. “Travelling round the country talking to farmers and agents, it is staggering just how many feel that […]
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