Will flexibility underline common policy approach?
Will the amount of flexibility allowed in the latest CAP reform package undermine the common policy approach and create an uneven playing field in the European Union in terms of competitiveness? This is the question posed in an informative House of Commons Library briefing paper: Flexibility
The UK and Ireland have made full use of the flexibility allowed around eighty decision points to create bespoke policies, the paper finds.
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