How reform of farming subsidies could shake up green business

Madeleine Cuff
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Government plans to put environmental benefit at the core of new farm subsidies
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Government plans to put environmental benefit at the core of new farm subsidies

From more secure supply chains to a surge in cleantech innovation, the government's plan to reform farming subsidies post-Brexit has implications beyond the farmers' field

That the UK government wants to replace the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) with a smarter, more efficient and greener system of farming subsidies post-Brexit is no secret. For months Environment Secretary...

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