UK: Scrap the Cap! Consumers' Association says abolish the Common Agricultural Policy
Scrap the Cap! Consumers' Association says abolish the Common Agricultural Policy, as research shows UK food prices are artificially high Consumers' Association (CA) today called for the abolition of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), as it released research to show that food prices in the UK are over twice as expensive as those in New Zealand, and that consumer confidence in the CAP has plummeted.
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