Think Tank shows how Brexit agriculture subsides could be cut.

A recent 20-page briefing by Chatham House says that the UK will need to develop new agricultural policies for every potential Brexit outcome, as well as climate change, disease and economic downturn. The slash to subsides is recommend in order to boost benefits from free trade and to protect the environment in the long term. This is one model suggested within the article where cost administration costs could lower and a payment system where it can incentive’s environmentally protective measures. This model would increase production as it would also allow for uneconomic farms to continue production as the support is decoupled from the production.

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