‘En­rich­ing habi­tats’

The Observer - - Comment & Analysis -

“The Com­mon Agri­cul­tural Pol­icy has held back Bri­tain eco­nom­i­cally and en­vi­ron­men­tally. The lion’s share of money is al­lo­cated based on the size of in­di­vid­ual land hold­ings, not the con­tri­bu­tion farm­ers make to so­ci­ety. Out­side the EU, we can en­sure we de­vote pub­lic money to en­rich­ing wildlife habi­tats, pre­vent­ing flood­ing, im­prov­ing the qual­ity of air, soil and peat, and plant­ing trees to help man­age and mit­i­gate the ef­fects of cli­mate change.” Michael Gove

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