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Post-Brexit UK agricultural policy could represent model for future CAP – Alan Matthews

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If the UK is successful in making its agricultural transition out of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), it will become a role model for successive CAP reforms, but if it fails advocates for continued income support to farmers will be the winners, Emeritus Professor Alan Matthews said.

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