As a result of a variant of the coronavirus, which has led to a rapid acceleration of Covid-19 cases in London, the East and the South East, the Government announced the introduction of a Tier 4 which imposes greater restrictions on the public than Tiers 1 to 3.
On 15 January 2020 the government published its second iteration of the Agriculture Bill. The Agriculture Bill initially failed to make it through the last Parliament due to the Brexit deadlock and general election.
The Rural Powerhouse is a CLA campaign designed to unleash the potential of the rural economy. It aims to close the rural productivity gap, adding £43bn to per year while transforming the lives of millions of people who live and work in the countryside.
CLA Director of External Affairs Jonathan Roberts examines the new Brexit deal and its potential to pass through the houses of commons.
CLA Public Affairs Adviser Eleanor Wood examines the extension the EU have granted the UK and what could happen in the meantime.
CLA Director of External Affairs Tom Bartošák-Harlow provides the latest update on the Brexit negotiations.
For many rural businesses, diversification will be a factor in their post-Brexit planning. Trees and woodlands can provide an all too often overlooked opportunity to add sustainable income.
After Prime Minister Theresa May secured a Brexit extension from EU, CLA Public Affairs Adviser Eleanor Wood looks at what comes next.
After MPs rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal this week and voted for an extension of Article 50, CLA Director of External Affairs Tom Bartošák-Harlow takes a look at what this actually means.
This briefing note focuses on the Government's no dealy import tarriff policy and is based on published information and discussion with the Defra trade policy team, and the CLA’s own analysis.