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1 H5N8 strain avian influenza confirmed on farm in North Yorkshire
2 Ritchie urges backing for vital Northern Ireland farming scheme
3 I'm in charge here! Boris risks backlash by seizing control in Channel Islands fishing row
4 UK Fisheries Bill clause 'a disappointment and a serious concern' for Guernsey | ITV News
5 Minister: 'UK is unlikely to pass fishing laws for Jersey'
6 Lords accept government assurance over Brexit food standards
7 Lord Gardiner of Kimble's statement at an Extraordinary Virtual meeting of the G20 Agriculture Ministers
8 Change in law sought after walkers killed by livestock
9 Biosecurity minister Lord Gardiner details future tree policy during House of Lords debate
10 British-Irish Council meets virtually | News |
11 7 Things We Learned About Elf After Watching Netflix's The Christmas Movies That Made Us
12 Pride, Prejudice And Pathology — 10 Facts About Emilia Fox's Impressive Career
13 Lord Gardiner clarifies metaldehyde ban
14 Lord Gardiner of Kimble
15 UK's landmark Agriculture Bill moves forward
16 Opinion: What does the Bible or any other sacred text you follow have to say about race and racism?
17 DEFRA minister Lord Gardiner brings £75k gift as he visits Suffolk village hall revamp
18 Obituary: Kathy Ann Rancourt
19 Defra biosecurity minister Lord Gardiner is on our side during coronavirus crisis, says Boningale Nurseries' Tim Edwards
20 Six of the best moments from the first virtual House of Lords
21 Consultation to look at UK rules on gene editing
22 Lords seek to allow gene-editing in UK 'to produce healthy, hardier crops'
23 Green watchdog will be 'ready by January 2021'
24 Alok Sharma 'overloaded with day job' to juggle UN summit role
25 North Bennet Street School "In The Making" Series Features Crafts– and Tradespeople
26 Press Releases- Failbetter Games announces two new games
27 Lords back UK's food standards bill battle
28 Agriculture Bill: Peers denounce 'deeply disappointing' provisions on green standards
29 Government to 'step up' plan to get Brits to pick fruit and veg during lockdown
30 Gene editing and sustainable farming
31 Agriculture Bill moves forward with return to Lords
32 Transformative Agriculture Bill moves forward with return to Lords
33 Owners urged to update details on central equine database
34 Fisheries Bill enters the House of Commons
35 Profitable and sustainable future for UK fishing industry
36 House of Lords abandons live stream after peers' phone numbers read aloud to the public
37 Top of the draft class: The best AFL draft hauls ever ranked 1-20
38 Peers signal parliamentary battle awaits Government over UK food standards
39 Peers inflict defeat over post-Brexit farming
40 Defra minister rules out US imports of chlorinated chicken
41 Agriculture Bill passes through House of Lords
42 Public rights of way may be diverted due to walkers being killed by livestock
43 Badger cull to continue despite coronavirus outbreak
44 A muddled Magisterium raises doubts about His Dark Materials’ commitment to its source material
45 Vets and government can make the UK the world leader in animal health and welfare
46 Sniffer dogs at the border join fight against African swine fever
47 EU "bullying" UK over Xylella plant health law claims Conservative politician
48 NFU welcomes new Lords bid to safeguard food import standards in Agriculture Bill
49 Garden centres reopen in England
50 Inns of Court scholarships 2020 | Register
51 Government defeated in Lords over post-Brexit food standards
52 What's on today at Conservative conference: Monday
53 Eustice replaces Villiers as Environment Secretary
54 UK Environment secretary offers support for gene editing, diverges from EU stance
55 Young people join together for Year of Green Action
56 The Animal and Plant Health Agency receives £1.4 billion budget boost for world-leading Weybridge Laboratory
57 Chips are down: Brexit uncertainty causing Scottish potato crisis
58 Village halls boosted by £1.2 million to rejuvenate community hubs
59 British Poultry Council joins FSA to combat Covid-19
60 Derry death notices
61 Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Rural Affairs and Biosecurity)
62 'Alarming': Talks to end badger culling in Oxfordshire
63 Making art at Maudslay: Outdoor sculpture show celebrates 20th anniversary
64 Owners to be able to edit equine passport details online free of charge *H&H Plus
65 Call for temporary diversion in footpaths to improve safety
66 Defra to launch public consultation on gene editing in autumn 2020
67 UK and Australia join forces in simulated African swine fever exercise
68 Badger cull to continue despite coronavirus crisis, admits Government
69 UK set to take control of its fishing waters post-Brexit under new laws
70 The Tory peers who voted down a last-gasp bid to stop 55,000 evictions
71 Areas of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB): extensions to the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB
72 UK peers to open door for gene-edited crops
73 Peers vote again to beef up Agriculture Bill powers on import standards
74 Government heavily defeated in House of Lords over post-Brexit fishing policy
75 Anne McIntosh: Ensuring high food standards in UK post-Brexit is prime example of 'taking back control'
76 Public urged to report sightings of tree pest Oak Processionary Moth
77 Peer asks Government to treat horticulture equally to agriculture
78 Government suffers heavy Lords defeat on post-Brexit fishing policy
79 Nations must quadruple efforts to tackle plant health crisis, urges Charles
80 6 things you need to know about the Office for Environmental Protection
81 Crazy facts about Gardiner's Island
82 Ministerial appointments: February 2020
83 Charity threatens court action over summer plan to end school meal vouchers
84 Growers in ornamentals sector face uncertain future, NFU warns
85 Lords attempt to ban live exports frustrated by complications over Northern Ireland
86 Pig producers welcome new African swine fever campaign
87 Official cover-up
88 Brussels thwarts government's effort to halt spread of tree disease
89 Government has a responsibility to reduce the amount of ultra-processed foods available in the UK
90 Falklands frustrated over future environmental funding after Brexit
91 Enormous trees reinforce climate change message at Chelsea
92 Oral contraceptive research planned by UK Squirrel Accord as peers debate tree pests
93 Bill introduced to allow Kew to bloom for new generations
94 National Equine Forum offers participation from afar
95 Brexit chaos: Boris Johnson heavily defeated in House of Lords over future fishing policy
96 Highways Act amendment proposed following fatal incidents
97 Ash dieback project launches International Year of Plant Health
98 Environment minister accused of conflict of interest over farm subsidies
99 Garden industry concern over second coronavirus spike lockdown closing garden centres
100 Aldi vows never to sell chlorinated chicken or hormone treated beef