Mark GrimshawMark Grimshaw ©Tim Scrivener
Fewer than 250 farmers have made a special request for one-to-one help so they can apply for the new Basic Payment Scheme, it has emerged. Just 236 farmers have so far made an appointment to attend a free advice session at a Rural Payments Agency support centre. The agency has set up 50 support centres across England to help farmers unable to access the online registration system. See also: Farmers despair over Basic Payment Scheme IT glitches The lack of […]
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