Farmers are facing a threat of cuts to their EU grants due to the impending withdrawal of Britain from the EU.
Britain pays out €1.27 billion more into the Common Agricultural Programme (CAP) than it gets back for its own farmers. And unless it pledges to maintain this funding as part of a Brexit deal, the overall €60 billion budget will fall.
Trinity College professor emeritus Alan Matthews, who produced a research paper on the...
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