The new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will drastically increase red tape, Farmers' Union of Wales president Emyr Jones has predicted.Addressing the union's annual general meeting at Aberystwyth, Mr Jones said: "A decade ago we were told that the abolition of headage payments would reduce red tape for farmers and I was looking forward to seeing the back of the head counts and form-filling which accompanied the old system."Well, I don’t suppose I receive any fewer phone calls from farmers complaining about inspections and paperwork than my predecessors did under the old regime. "In fact, I’d put money on the fact that I receive more."Now, on the eve of a new CAP, I am tempted to get rid of my mobile phone altogether - I don’t know if both my or the phone's batteries will be able to take it."What was promised by the European Commission would be a simplified CAP next year will elevate red tape to a new unprecedented level."