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Don’t rush post-Brexit shift away from direct aid payments, UK government warned

New report also criticises Defra for failing to provide farmers with adequate time to adjust to new policy

The United Kingdom is likely to need more than the currently-proposed ten years to phase in its much-heralded post-Brexit transition away from direct aid payments and towards payments based on environmental goods, the UK government’s official auditors have warned.


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