Should English hill farmers follow the Welsh hill farmers lead?

Stepehen Carr's Opinion piece in Farmers Weekly is well worth a read.

He is thrilled that, last December, Welsh hill farmers succeeded with their legal action and scuppered the Welsh government’s proposal to pay anyone farming land above a “400m moorline” a small fraction of the new BPS area payment of anyone farming below it.

He goes on to sate "If I were farming “severely disadvantaged area moorland” in England I would now be consulting my neighbours about whether we should follow the Welsh lead and mount our own legal challenge. Just how easy would it be for a barrister to make the case that it is nonsense to pay a “severely disadvantaged area” a lower area payment than an area that is not disadvantaged?"

How about it guys?