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Bullet Articles
  - Commission has bitten off far more than it can chew
  - Commission's back-door route to poultry management
  - EU making life difficult for British growers - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - A Challenge to Agriculture: High-fertility farmland for subsidised solar panels
  - Best CAP Reform is to Scrap the CAP
  - Emissions red tape that will make every farmer shudder - Stuart Agnew
  - Commission`s greening plan impacts smaller farmers most - Stuart Agnew
  - How can compliant farmers compete in a non-compliant common market? - Agnew
  - State production of food is the Soviet way - Stuart Agnew
  - EU regulations stifling food production in Europe - Stuart Agnew
  - The effects of centrally-planned EU agricultural policy - Stuart Agnew
  - Polish agriculture minister losing faith in EU policy
  - Small farmers suffer most from pointless EU agricultural policy - Stuart Agnew
  - Towards the reform of direct payments to farmers - Agnew insists on clarity
  - Stuart Agnew: Pull up the drawbridge
  - Stuart Agnew: EU Commission only adds costs to farmers
  - Agnew: Green illusion ruining UK agriculture
  - EU legislation preventing Welsh farmers from competing successfully - John Bufton MEP
  - `Greening of Pillar 1` will pose major problems to farmers - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - UK cannot spend more on agro-funding in other countries - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - EU farm subsidies going to landowners not active farmers - Stuart Agnew MEP
  - British farmers face huge cost increases

Bullet News
  - The EU Olive Oil Ban: Time for open defiance
  - Time to treat farmers fairly on milk prices
  - Stuart Agnew backs militant farmers in dairy dispute
  - Stuart Agnew accuses EU of ‘chasing fairies’ on greening measures
  - Stuart Agnew hits out at ineffectual proposals for egg screening
  - CAP reform increases carbon emissions and world hunger
  - European Commission abandons British egg producers
  - Europe flagrantly ignores Welsh farmers
  - Agnew slams EU impediments on British livestock sector



22 SEP 2014

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