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Farmers to be paid to look after soil – but charities say plans for sustainable land break Brexit promises

Sky News Thursday, 2 December 2021
Farmers to be paid to look after soil – but charities say plans for sustainable land break Brexit promisesFarmers will be paid to look after soil on their land under a new incentive scheme to replace EU subsidies - but environmental charities have said it fails to protect nature and wildlife.
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