Although most of the legislation providing for the giving of financial assistance to farmers is made under the European Communities Act 1972 for the purpose of implementing the obligations of the United Kingdom under the Common Agricultural Policy1, a number of statutory provisions remain in force which derive from the United Kingdom's own post-war policies of helping farmers to improve their efficiency, manage the land more effectively and improve the quality of the land with which they work
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