Yesterday was Back British Farming Day, where the government announced a package of measures to help people “buy British” and provide farmers with the cashflow they need to invest in their businesses – which have been widely among farming trade press, including Farmers Weekly and Farmers Guardian.
In this blog we look at Minister Pow’s visit to Norfolk and the work being done by the government to boost water security in the region and England as a whole.
There has been widespread coverage, including in The Daily Mail, The Independent and The Daily Telegraph, following the UK Farm to Fork Summit hosted by the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Downing Street yesterday (16 May). The event was also …
Looking at inaccurate coverage in today’s Observer on payments to farmers following the UK’s exit from the EU.
Today we are looking at media coverage of our new Lump Sum Exit Scheme, following applications opening yesterday. On Tuesday 12 April 2022, Defra announced the opening of applications for the Lump Sum Exit Scheme to facilitate a voluntary planned …
Today we are looking at media coverage of the return of the Environment Bill to Parliament ahead of Royal Assent in the Autumn.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the Environment Secretary's speech at the NFU Live conference yesterday (Tuesday 23 February).
Following yesterday’s (25 November) Spending Review, titles such as The Scotsman, Nation Cymru, The Pig Site and Financial Times have reported on concerns over continued funding to protect and maintain the current budgets of our farmers.
On today's blog we're looking at the widespread coverage of the Climate Coalition’s report on the impact of climate change on fruit and vegetables grown in the UK.
Further coverage of the Clean Air Strategy and a consultation on the future of the close season for coarse fishing.