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But Therese Coffey declines to confirm precise details of crucial reforms, nor when new plans will be released

Environment Secretary Thérèse Coffey has confirmed the government's post-Brexit agricultural subsidy regime is to roll out as originally planned next year, as she sought to alleviate widespread concerns...

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