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Brexit: what next for farms and estates?

So now we know the result – the UK public has voted to withdraw from the EU. But what does that mean for Farms and Estates, and what happens next?
24 June 2016

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6 years in prison for reckless disregard of nut allergy

It has recently been reported that a curry house owner was convicted of gross negligence and sentenced to six years imprisonment after the death of a customer with a nut allergy kind.
01 June 2016

Sugar tax: what you need to know

George Osborne has used his latest budget to announce a sugar tax to be imposed on the soft drinks industry in two years’ time.
17 March 2016

Budget 2016 Update: Additional 3% SDLT on additional residential properties

The proposed 3% higher rate of SDLT on additional residential properties will come into effect from 1 April 2016.
17 March 2016

The Groceries Code Adjudicator's Annual Sector Survey

The Groceries Code Adjudicator's (GCA) annual sector survey is now available for completion.
14 March 2016

Mars recall: a reminder that in food crisis management, preparation is key

The recent announcement that Mars has launched an international recall of chocolate bars has sparked widespread media attention.
09 March 2016

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Food, Farming and Land Quarterly - Spring 2016

In the latest edition of Food, Farming and Land Quarterly, we report from the Oxford Farming Conference 2016 on the Brexit debate and the application of science and entrepreneurship to farming.
07 March 2016

Publication

Food, Farming and Land Quarterly - Winter 2015

In this Food, Farming and Land Quarterly, we look at increased regulation of water quality and chemicals and the importance of contracts of employment to working from home.
10 December 2015

Publication

SDLT on additional homes – key issues

Headline announcements stated that a 3% surcharge would be applied to additional homes means the value below £125,000 which we includes the first £40,000 on purchase of more than £40,000.
02 December 2015

The 'Pink Book' land law bible goes digital

The ‘Pink Book’, Burges Salmon’s famous legal 'bible' for landowners and farmers, is now available for wide industry access.
17 November 2015

Tougher sentencing for food safety breaches: a focus on the financials

New guidelines have been published by the Sentencing Council designed to improve food safety by providing tougher sentencing powers.
05 November 2015

What are the court’s powers to order sale of land from one joint owner to another?

When property (land) belongs to more than one person and disagreements emerge about what to do with it, what can beneficiaries and trustees ask the court to do?
27 July 2015
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