Environment pays as Blair woos farmers

The Prime Minister has ordered that environmental regulation of agriculture be rolled back on several fronts. The new policy affects existing or planned measures on pesticides, nitrate, groundwater protection, emissions and waste from intensive livestock units, energy use in horticulture and, possibly, agricultural wastes in general. It is likely to strengthen impressions created by Mr Blair's handling of genetically modified organisms, transport and nuclear fuel reprocessing that the environment is low on his list of priorities.

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