Liz Truss at the Royal Welsh Show© Tim Scrivener
Defra secretary Liz Truss has called for a reduction in the number of physical inspections associated with checking that farmers comply with the rules of the Basic Payment Scheme. At a meeting at the Royal Welsh Show, Ms Truss told EU farm commissioner Phil Hogan that there needed to be simpler and fewer farm inspections, as well as an overhaul of greening rules, to reduce the burden of the CAP scheme. The secretary of state called for simpler inspections to […]
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