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Do Michael Gove’s ‘green’ Brexit plans have a hollow centre?

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A radical redesign of the UK’s agriculture sector, involving abolition of direct income payments and the switching of subsidy payments to support environmental measures, is being planned by the country’s Secretary of State for the Environment Michael Gove.

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