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Top Rural Welsh businesses honoured

| Campaigns, Communities and Business, Countryside Alliance Awards, Latest News

The Countryside Alliance Awards (aka the Rural Oscars) have celebrated their tenth anniversary at the Welsh Assembly with a special “Champion of Champions” event on Wednesday 22nd April. Cross party politicians presented four Champion of Champions prizes to former Welsh title holders Hootons Homegrown, Morgans Newsagents, Gower Brewery and Andrew Rees the butcher. The winners…

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Results of the Hunt Tumblers’ Club competition

| Campaigns, Events and Competitions, Hunting, Latest News, Prizes and Competitions

Having received a huge number of photos for our Tumblers’ Club competition supported by Pol Roger Champagne, the entries have been vigorously studied and a decision made. Judged by a panel of hunting supporters including The Field’s Ali Henson and three-day eventer Harry Meade, plus representatives from Pol Roger and the Countryside Alliance, it was…

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The main parties on Digital Communications

| Campaigns, Communities and Business, Consultation and Lobbying, Latest News, Mobile and Broadband

    The main parties have now launched their manifestos ahead of the General Election on 7th May. We bring you the main points from each one relating to a key part of our own manifesto – digital communication. Read our own manifesto chapter on digital communications here.  Conservative Provide superfast broadband to 95% of…

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The main parties on Wildlife Management

| Campaigns, Consultation and Lobbying, Food and Farming, Hunting, Latest News, Shooting, Shooting and Conservation

      The main parties have now launched their manifestos ahead of the General Election on 7th May. We bring you the main points from each one relating to a key part of our own manifesto – wildlife management. Read our own manifesto chapter on wildlife management here.  Conservative Implement 25 year strategy to…

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Labour clarifies position on gun licences

| Campaigns, Latest News, Shooting and Conservation, Uncategorized

Countryside Alliance Executive Chairman Barney White-Spunner writes: Ahead of today’s launch of Labour’s Crime and Justice Manifesto Shadow Home Secretary, Yvette Cooper, confirmed that a Labour Government would “end the police subsidy of gun licenses” (sic). This argument is not new and was made back in 2013 by Diana Johnson as Shadow Crime and Security…

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