Theresa Villiers: 'Updated' Agriculture Bill will return to Parliament this month

Madeleine Cuff
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Theresa Villiers: 'Updated' Agriculture Bill will return to Parliament this month

Government hopes Bill will be passed by the Spring, paving the way for payments under new subsidy scheme that prioritises environmental action to be delivered in 2021

The government is planning to bring an "updated" version of its Agriculture Bill back to Parliament this month, with the aim of passing landmark legislation by the Spring that will overhaul England's system...

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