How to replace the Common Agricultural Policy?

How to replace the Common Agricultural Policy?

Within the rural policy sector, the question of what happens after Brexit dominated Session 5 of the Scottish Parliament. Agriculture, forestry and environmental management have been heavily influenced by EU regulations and EU financial support, in large part through the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Post-Brexit, UK nations are no longer required to follow CAP rules nor do they receive CAP support payments. Agriculture is a devolved policy area, therefore Scotland can decide on a new policy for Scottish farmers and crofters. Read more:


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