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Defra secretary Michael Gove has sent his strongest signals yet that support payments are likely to be reduced for larger-scale farmers in a post-Brexit subsidy landscape. Appearing on The Andrew Marr Show on BBC television on Sunday (2 July), the former education secretary was asked if it was true wealthy farmers such as Sir James Dyson would receive less money under a new UK support regime than they do now. The one-word reply from the secretary of state was “Yes”. […]
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