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The government is facing calls for further reassurance after guaranteeing that direct payments to farmers will continue post-Brexit – but only until 2020. It follows a Treasury statement in which Chancellor Philip Hammond said the current level of CAP direct payments would be upheld until 2020 as the UK moves towards new arrangements. Mr Hammond also pledged to fund structural and investment projects – including agri-environment schemes – signed off before the government’s Autumn Statement in November. See also: Chancellor […]
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