EU Debate NI | Consequences for funding – Agriculture
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Michael Bell, NI Food & Drinks Association – Agriculture
Leave – Nigel Farage, UKIP Leader – Agriculture
Leave

*Outside the EU, the UK can create new policies in environment, fisheries, peace, infrastructure higher education and other areas that best suit the needs of citizens in NI
*This can be funded by the money saved from not paying into the EU.

Remain

*NI benefits from funding across environment, fisheries, peace, infrastructure higher education and other areas – we benefit from working across the EU on these issues
*There is no guarantee that the UK government would continue to pursue and fund each of these policies outside of the EU.

Consequences for funding – Agriculture

Northern Ireland receives funding in various forms from the EU.

Agriculture

This infographic by Detail Data shows how the EU funds agriculture in Northern Ireland through the “Common Agriculture Policy (CAP).

agriculture

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