Union Jack and European flags in a field of Oilseed Rape© Tim Scrivener
It is almost a year until the UK officially leaves the EU and many questions remain unanswered about how agriculture will be affected. Defra secretary Michael Gove has pledged to keep the £3bn of annual farm support at the same level until 2022. But rewarding farmers for taking care of the environment and capping payments for larger farmers is the direction of travel. A Defra consultation is under way on the impact of Brexit on farming and the environment – […]
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