LETTER : Europe must pull together against the Pacific Tigers

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Sir: The White Paper on the IGC says most of the Government's aims do not depend on treaty change, but the development of better policies, such as those on agriculture.

How is it possible to achieve a better agricultural policy when the objectives on which it is based are 40 years out of date and when there is no provision for the European Parliament to influence either the farm budget or the policies it is spent on? If anything needs treaty change, agriculture does.

Terry Wynn, MEP

(Merseyside E and Wigan, Lab)

Strasbourg

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