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The Value of Shooting Report 2024

New report underlines the importance of shooting, conservation and the rural vote ahead of the general election. With the main political parties having fired the starter pistol on their general election campaigns, rural organisations are set to publish  (Tuesday 4 June) the latest ‘Value of Shooting’ report which will set out in detail the benefits… Read more »

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BASC responds to general election announcement

The Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called a general election to be held on 4 July. This is undoubtedly an important election for shooting and conservation. Shooting plays a key role in the economy and the conservation and management of the countryside, and any incoming government will have to be alert to the needs of… Read more »

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One-in, one-out rule to be introduced in September
Coalition caps regulatory burden

By politics.co.uk staff Businesses and the third sector will not face additional regulatory burdens from September 1st under the coalition government’s ‘one-in, one-out’ rule. A set of ‘principles of regulation’ is to be imposed on government departments from next month which will force ministers to remove regulations with an equivalent value if they want to… Read more »

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Ten years later, compensation is finally coming for Equitable Life policyholders
End in sight for Equitable Life policyholders

By politics.co.uk staff Policyholders who lost money as a result of the near-collapse of Equitable Life ten years ago will receive compensation next year, the Treasury has confirmed. Mark Hoban told the Commons the precise amounts would be revealed on October 20th as part of the comprehensive spending review. Final compensation payments are to be… Read more »