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Tag Archives: Gove
First course of Gove’s green Brexit has been placed on the table #agriculturebill
It feels like something momentous has just happened. UK Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, has published his long-awaited Agriculture Bill, the first in a series of laws which will shape the future of Britain’s environment, after Brexit. Leaving the EU means … Continue reading
Posted in 2018 agriculture bill, Agriculture policy, Lush Times, Michael Gove Tagged agriculture bill, Gove, Lush Times 2 Comments
Vested Interests fight back against Gove’s Green Brexit for farming
Yesterday we returned to the Great Dorset Steam fair for our annual pilgrimage. The ground had dried out a bit following sunday’s deluge, but not enough for the traction engines to trudge around the main ring, which was a small … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture policy, Brexit, Michael Gove, NFU, RSPB Tagged Agriculture policy, Brexit, Gove, NFU 2 Comments
Will Gove get his way, for a toothier Green Watchdog?
The Brexit train continues to head towards the buffers. Today sees the EU Withdrawal Bill (aka The Big Brexit Bill) return to the House of Commons, where MPs will consider what to do with its tattered remains, after it received … Continue reading
Posted in Brexit, EU withdrawal bill, Michael Gove Tagged Brexit, EU withdrawal bill, Gove, Green Watchdog, Lush Times 7 Comments