§ 11. Mr. David Atkinson
To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what assessment he has made of the external factors which will require common agricultural policy reform. 
§ Mr. Douglas Hogg
The current general agreement on tariffs and trade constraints, particularly on subsidised exports, will require reform of CAP regimes in due course to prevent re-emergence of unsaleable food surpluses. World Trade Organisation negotiations designed to take forward the process of reducing subsidies and protection, due to start in 1999, and enlargement of the EU will intensify the pressures for reform.
§ 18. Mrs. Gorman
To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will list those elements of the common agricultural policy which he has assessed as requiring to be reformed. 
§ Mr. Baldry
I refer my hon. Friends to the answer that my right hon. and learned Friend gave today to the hon. Member for Bradford, South (Mr. Sutcliffe).