UK: Government reveals new funds for farming, but is it enough?
The Government's Comprehensive Spending Review, announced today by Chancellor Gordon Brown, offers some welcome new money for farming, environmental pressure group Friends of the Earth (FoE) said. Commenting on the Chancellor's promise to fund the core recommendations of the Curry report into the future of food and farming, FOE Food and Famring Campaigner Peter Riley said: The Chancellor has given DEFRA an overall budget increase. The detailed figures need careful checking to see whether Curry's full package has in fact been funded - the Chancellor's reference to core recommendations only is worrying in this respect.
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