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The vote to leave the EU means the UK will be able to draw up its own agricultural policy and set the rates for any support that comes with it. After Brexit, funding for agricultural support will have to compete with other areas such as the NHS, education and security, says Andersons Research consultant Caroline Ingamells. “Over the medium-term the budget for a Domestic Agricultural Policy (DAP) is likely to reduce. A cut of 50%, compared to current levels, phased […]