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CAP

To conclude our series on the next CAP, Phelim O'Neill, Pat O'Toole and Thomas Hubert attempt to predict the policies that will shape European farming from 2020.
By Phelim O'Neill on 17 August 2017
Pat O’Toole casts an eye over potential new ways in which the CAP can help farmers post-2020.
By Pat O'Toole on 17 August 2017
Thomas Hubert estimates the probability of key measures to expect from the EU's next Common Agricultural Policy.
By Thomas Hubert on 17 August 2017
The priorities outlined by the various stakeholders in negotiations on the EU's future farm policy will have an impact on the payments hitting farmers' pockets. Here is who wants what.
By Thomas Hubert on 10 August 2017
EU member states have the last work in agreeing the next CAP. They have begun to outline their positions.
By Thomas Hubert on 10 August 2017
Farming organisations are focused on preserving the CAP's budget and structure in negotiations for the post-2020 period.
By Thomas Hubert on 10 August 2017
Expect the nature conservation lobby to weigh heavily on negotiations for the next CAP.
By Thomas Hubert on 10 August 2017
A new report has said that food tariffs in the UK should be phased out post-Brexit and that farm subsidies should reward farmers who deliver public good not wealthy landowners.
By Amy Forde on 01 August 2017
UK minister Michael Gove has outlined plans for farm support after Brexit – there will be similarities with CAP 2020 even if emphasis is different.
By Phelim O'Neill on 27 July 2017
Teagasc was the largest corporate recipient of CAP money in 2016 at more than €6.6m. Here we take a closer look at where the funding went and what it was for.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 20 July 2017
After an EU-wide public consultation earlier this year, the scene is set for two years of negotiations on the CAP after 2020.
By Phelim O'Neill on 20 July 2017
Creed: CAP budget must be 'well financed'
It is more important than ever to have a well-financed CAP budget, the Minister for Agriculture has explained.
By Anthony Jordan on 17 July 2017
NI border on agenda as Brexit talks begin in earnest
The second round of negotiations between the UK and the EU is taking place in Brussels this Monday.
By Thomas Hubert on 17 July 2017
Fifty-six rural TDs attended an IFA nitrates briefing at the Davenport Hotel in Dublin, on Tuesday.
By Anthony Jordan on 12 July 2017
Phelim O'Neill reports from the CAP consultation conference in Brussels.
By Phelim O'Neill on 13 July 2017
Phelim O'Neill and Justin Mc Carthy report from Friday's CAP consultation conference in Brussels.
By Phelim O'Neill on 08 July 2017
Not enough support for smaller farmers – CAP consultation
Smaller farmers need a greater level of support, according to the public consultation study that was announced on Friday morning in Brussels.
By Anthony Jordan on 07 July 2017
Greening and paperwork biggest problems with CAP - Brussels
The complexity of greening and paperwork to receive payments are the biggest problems with CAP, it was revealed during the summary of the results of the CAP consultation in Brussels.
By Anthony Jordan on 07 July 2017
Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: beef exports, milk prices and protest
In the news today, 6 July 2017: more overseas demand for Irish beef, including from a trade deal with Japan due to be signed today, wide differences in our 2016 milk price review and an IFA sit-in.
By Thomas Hubert on 05 July 2017
A European Commission for Budget paper, the Future of EU Finances, has laid out five scenarios for the EU budget post-2020, with agriculture in the firing line.
By Amy Forde on 06 July 2017
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