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Defra secretary Michael Gove has suggested there will be no cap on the environmental payments that can be earned by farmers after the UK leaves the European Union. Speaking during a fringe meeting at the Conservative Party conference, Mr Gove said farmers who undertook environmental enhancements for the public good should be properly rewarded. “My initial view, although obviously we will want to consult on this, is that BPS payments should be capped and the money should go back into […]
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