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Parliamentary Officer's Blog - 21 June 2017

For the 62nd time, Her Majesty the Queen has delivered a speech at Westminster outlining the legislative priorities for the UK Government. Usually an affair full of pomp and ceremony, the speech this morning was a more sombre affair, scaled back in grandeur according to Parliamentary Officer Clare Slipper.

21/06/2017

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CEO's Blog - 19 June 2017

From my window at the Rural Centre I can see that the Royal Highland Show ground has once again been transformed for the Highland Show which starts on Thursday writes Chief Executive Scott Walker.

19/06/2017

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Parliamentary Officer's Blog - 9 June 2017

If today’s (9 June) General Election result isn’t a lesson in not taking voters for granted, then it’s difficult to know what is writes a bleary-eyed Parliamentary Officer Clare Slipper.

09/06/2017

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Vice President's Blog - 8 June 2017

Future support payments must be targeted at active farmers and crofters who are willing to try and drive their businesses forward in an efficient and innovative manner writes Vice President Martin Kennedy.

08/06/2017

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Vice President's Blog 2 June 2017

Only three weeks to go until The Royal Highland Show, Scotland’s biggest agricultural event, when my question for our members will be: “What Generation are you?” writes Vice President Gary Mitchell

02/06/2017

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Parliamentary Officer's Blog 31 May 2017

Another year, and another election. In fact, it is Scottish voters’ seventh visit to the ballot box since 2014 writes NFU Scotland’s Parliamentary Officer Clare Slipper.

31/05/2017

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Vice President's Blog 23 May 2017

Scotland’s livestock farmers should be joining their arable colleagues and getting behind our campaign for the reauthorisation of the herbicide glyphosate

23/05/2017

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President's Blog - 17 May 2017

A profitable, sustainable future is the big ambition that I have for our farmers, crofters and growers, and yet it needs a balance to allow each sector to develop writes NFU Scotland President Andrew McCornick.

17/05/2017

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CEO's Blog 10 May 2017

Today (10 May) saw the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee question the Scottish Government on the progress being made with the CAP Futures programme. A testy session is how I would describe it, writes NFU Scotland Chief Executive Scott Walker.

10/05/2017

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Vice President's Blog - 2 May 2017

Given the huge commitment Scottish cattle keepers are making to eradicating Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD), is it time to ‘name and shame’ those who risk Scotland’s disease-free plans writes NFU Scotland Vice President Gary Mitchell.

02/05/2017

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