Farming red tape to be cut back in shake-up



A major simplification of the way the Government regulates farming has been proposed in an interim report from a group commissioned by Michael Gove.
The Environment Secretary – who has cancelled a visit to the Great Yorkshire Show today, with Farming Minister George Eustice taking his place – said the report was a chance to “build a new relationship between farmers and regulators” in the post-Brexit world, and said the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy had “imposed an extra bureaucratic headache on farmers, with no room to recognise innovation or good intent”.
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12 July 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 45
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