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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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No what you have is a government and a civil service that purposefully select the most complex option possible when selecting the method of implementation. Agricultural subsidies being a classic offering several possible options, 27 took the simple format and one took the complex one, guess who??? The result is that UK farmers have seen their subsidies delayed on a regular basis, while farmers through out the rest of the EU receive payments on time. But of course it is the EU's fault!!!!
December 2015: MPs slam gov heads over 'childishness' on failed farmer IT project

February 2017: Brexit could further harm woeful rural payments system - But we won't have to pay fines to Europe for being crap...
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