Remote rural communities and businesses are to benefit from a new £7m fund as part of the Prime Minister’s pledge to support the countryside economy
A row has erupted following Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer’s pledge to allow houses to be built on the green belt.
The impact of coronavirus on the farming and agriculture industry has been significant, prompting Defra and the Department for International Trade to launch a ‘bounce back plan’ but for some farming businesses, it is too little too late.
Government has been called to invest in rural communities to kick-start the economy and protect the countryside.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has been warned that the scrapping of agricultural property relief in the budget would damage family farms across the country.
A potential move to simplify inheritance tax could sweep away special reliefs for farmers and leave them with tax bills they would struggle to pay, a specialist agricultural lawyer has warned.
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