Barbury Castle Estate in Wiltshire, UK
Subsidies to farmers in the EU-27 could be capped at as little as €60,000 (£54,000) a farm after 2020 – in a move which increases the chances that similar restriction will be applied in the UK. The aid capping plans are contained in a leaked document from the European Commission setting out an outline plan for revisions to the CAP from 2021 onwards. The EU plans to retain direct payments in roughly their current form, but the document advocates “exploring the […]
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