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The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) lavishes subsidies on some of Britain’s wealthiest farmers and landlords. Losers include small farmers, consumers, taxpayers, and the environment in the UK – and millions of people in developing countries. Current reform plans do not go far enough. The ‘new’ CAP will still overwhelmingly benefit a wealthy minority in Britain, and finance the export dumping that causes poverty in developing countries. The British Government should be doing far more to demand fundamental reform.

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978-1-84814-618-1

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