Time to fend off yet another tax

April 2007
Farmers Weekly;4/13/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 15, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the decision of Chancellor of Exchequer Gordon Brown to cut relief on new farm buildings in Great Britain. It says that the proposal will cost hundreds of millions of pounds and penalize those who invest just when the industry needs it most. It mentions that the National Farmers Union (NFU) hopes to dissuade the British Treasury from implementing the proposal, but needs evidence of its impact.


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