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The horrifying true story of how France used the EU to undermine British agriculture

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WE MUST UNCOVER HOW FRENCH FARMERS —
 
 SAYS THE RADICAL–
 
FLAUNTED EU SUBSIDY RULES – 
 
AND GOT AWAY WITH IT FOR SO LONG.
 
A REPARATION DEMAND FOR THE BAIL
 
OUT IN THE LAST TWO WORLD WARS WOULD BE A FAIR START.
 
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CHRISTOPHER BOOKER
13 JANUARY 2018 • 3:13PM
 
Charles de Gaulle, who twice vetoed British entry into “Europe
Michael Gove’s recent musings about Britain’s post-Brexit farming policy provide an apt cue to recall one of the most curious episodes in the entire history of the EU: the true origins of its notorious Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
 
The shocking story behind this only emerged when, some years back, Richard North and I were researching our history of the EU, The Great Deception.
 And much else this also helped to explain, from the real reason Charles de Gaulle twice vetoed British entry in the Sixties to why Margaret Thatcher had to battle for our budget rebate in the Eighties.
 
The official, entirely bogus version has it that the CAP was devised by a benevolent Brussels to guarantee Europe’s “food security” and to save its farmers from the kind of depression they had suffered in the Thirties.
 
The truth is that, immediately after the war, all Western European countries, including Britain,…
 

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