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The farming industry has set out a wishlist of demands ahead of the autumn budget on Wednesday (22 November), which leaders argue will help to prepare the sector for the challenges it faces post Brexit. The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) has sent detailed proposals to Chancellor Philip Hammond which call for changes to the taxation of land to encourage longer term farm business tenancies (FBTs). The TFA argues only landlords who are prepared to offer the longest levels of security […]
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