Regional News Archive
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CLA wins vital victory for common sense over horse liability
The CLA today scored a major campaigning victory as the Government published a consultation paper proposing reforms to the Animals Act 1971 for which the Association has been lobbying for five years.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [27 March 2009]
MPs Help put CLA-Drafted Bill Back on Track
The CLA’s campaign to help riding schools and equine businesses crippled by rising insurance costs is back on track again thanks to an Early Day Motion (EDM) re-tabled by the Shadow Agriculture Minister, Jim Paice. But the CLA is now urging a Member of...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [9 November 2007]
CLA BILL OFFERS LIFELINE TO RIDING SCHOOLS
Riding schools and equine businesses in Yorkshire will finally receive the good news they’ve been waiting for on June 27, when a Bill to help reduce insurance costs is tabled by Stephen Crabb MP. The Bill - drafted by the Country Land and Business...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [11 June 2007]
MPs SUPPORT PUTS CLA CAMPAIGN BACK ON TRACK
The Country Land & Business Association (CLA) is redoubling its efforts to halt the spiralling costs of insurance for horse-related businesses following the tabling of a House of Commons motion.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [1 March 2007]
WEST YORKSHIRE SEMINAR FOCUSES ON EQUINE ISSUES
A special half-day seminar focussing on equine-related issues is to be held at Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [27 November 2006]
SEMINAR TACKLES EQUINE ISSUES FOR LANDOWNERS
Yorkshire farmers and landowners interested in equine related issues are being invited to attend a special half-day seminar at Thirsk.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [7 November 2006]
Leading rural campaigners are urging people to watch out for a killer weed. The Country Land and Business Association (CLA), whose members own and manage more than half the rural land in England and Wales, says that the bright yellow daisy-like flowers...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [20 June 2006]
DON’T LET THE LAW SHACKLE OUR FUTURE RIDING CHAMPIONS
The only riding experience youngsters of the future might enjoy is on the back of a rocking horse – unless a campaign to change a law which threatens to put riding establishments out of business succeeds, says the Country Land & Business Association...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [2 May 2006]
CLA TAKES HORSE INSURANCE FIGHT TO PARLIAMENT
A campaign to change a law that is causing soaring insurance costs for horse businesses has been taken to Parliament by the Country Land and Business Association (CLA).
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [8 February 2006]
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