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Challenge ‘urges’ MSPs to question CAP process and whether IT is fit for job

NFU Scotland has urged MSPs to use the opportunity to challenge Scottish Government officials over the flawed delivery of CAP support in 2015, and to seek assurances on what is being done to deliver 2016 payments.

The union also urges MSPs to establish whether the IT system will ever be fit for purpose and be capable of delivering payments accurately and on time in the future.

The union’s call came ahead of the Scottish Parliament’s public audit committee taking evidence last Thursday September 29 on Scottish Government’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) Futures programme – the IT programme that has failed in its delivery of CAP payments to farmers and crofters.

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