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"Mr President, today’s discussion has been very encouraging from all sides of the House from an agricultural point of view. I particularly welcome the emphasis on encouraging young people into agriculture, which is absolutely vital; that there should be no renationalisation of the CAP; that the Commissioner said the two pillars should be maintained because without pillar one there will be no need for pillar two since it would be unprofitable to farm and therefore public goods would not be guaranteed; and, as Mrs Dodd said, we need to look at what we mean by ‘fair’, particularly taking into account varying costs and purchasing power right across the Union. Also, Mr Lyon alone referred to the historical basis. I think it is very important for farmers right now that a clear signal be sent to them as to what is likely to happen, so that they will not be left to wild speculation, not knowing whether to buy or sell stock based on the historic model. I would therefore welcome a clear signal on that from the Commissioner as soon as possible."@en1
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