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Interview: “Don’t expect a sudden subsidy switch post-Brexit”

There is no way that UK farmers will be asked to face an overnight New Zealand-style switch to no direct subsidies at the end of 2022, according to Edinburgh-based agribusiness consultant Tim Byrne, who argues that Britain’s commitment to environmental issues rules out such a change.


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