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Farming should deliver public, not private, goods where polluter pays - Oxford Professor

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Farmers should welcome the post-Brexit demise of the “disastrous CAP” for the wider good of the UK economy, according to Oxford University Professor Dieter Helm, whose influential concept of 'Natural Capital' has informed the policy direction of UK environment secretary Michael Gove.

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