Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Ensuring we get right the support network for British agriculture at such a crucial point in its history is going to be key, which is why the contribution from the Labour Party about extending the remit of Groceries Code Adjudicator must be welcomed as a forward-thinking proviso.
On the start of my second week in Australia, myself and Carlyn Sheriff headed over to Kadina for a Grain Industry Seminar, which is a Government reported programme that Rural Directions are leading at the moment.
Given the past difficulties I have had in communicating with Jeremy Corbyn’s team and at least one ex-Shadow Defra Secretary, my expectations of how the Labour Party conference would go were not too high when I jumped on the train to Liverpool this week.
Hindering a future UK/US agriculture Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is a ‘lack of coordination and resources’, according to Daniella Taveau, global regulatory and trade strategist with Washington DC international law firm, King and Spalding.
Housing has long been a hot topic for rural Britain, but in the past few years it has moved even more in to the spotlight as the countryside seemingly creeks under a sprawl of bricks, mortar and concrete.