But now, and as the 2020’s loom, we face seismic changes perhaps worthy of the hysteria experienced two decades ago. Even the most robust sceptics now accept that action being taken to address global warming will impact our lives to an ever-increasing extent and it seems inevitable that those born since the millennium will experience more change in the next decade or so than previous generations did in the second half of the twentieth century.
With such uncertainty ahead at least we now know that future agricultural policy will be designed and implemented by British bureaucrats and politicians. We can only speculate on the direction it will take but it is almost certain that financial support will only be provided if wider benefits to the environment are clearly identifiable.
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