Agriculture bill amendments undermine move to ‘public money for public goods’

Three Conservative MPs have tabled an amendment to the Agriculture Bill that would allow for the restoration of a link between food production and subsidies, undermining a move towards payments for environmental improvements and other public goods. A similar amendment has published today by the Labour front bench

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The Agriculture Bill's 'public money for public goods' system is at risk of being undermined

Three Conservative MPs have tabled an amendment to the Agriculture Bill that would allow for the restoration of a link between food production and subsidies, undermining a move towards payments for environmental improvements and other public goods. A similar amendment has published today by the Labour front bench.

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