Bell and GoveBarclay Bell and Michael Gove
Support payments to farmers in Northern Ireland are likely to be “frozen” from 2019 to 2022, while new support arrangements may be introduced on a trial basis. Those are two of the conclusions drawn by farm leaders following a visit to the province by Defra secretary Michael Gove on Thursday (28 September). Ulster Farmers’ Union president Barclay Bell said he was “encouraged” by Mr Gove’s commitment to not only continue the existing level of support during the current parliament, but his […]
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