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Working relations

The working relationship between a gamekeeper and employer is more regulated than ever, but David Barrington Barnes says it can be to the keeper’s benefit. A longstanding gamekeeper friend of mine does not always want to admit to being a

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Posted in Countryside Law

The management challenge

Ian Lindsay, Director of Advisory and Education for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, explains why people should support the Campaign for Game Following the post-war decline of wild game populations, by the late 1950s artificial brooder systems were beginning

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Posted in Features

A profession in decline?

  The gamekeeping industry must modernise if it is to survive, says a new report from Sector Skills Council body Lantra. The report, which examines the industry for skills shortages that exist in the current workforce and projects which skills

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Posted in News

Taxing Issues

Countryside Alliance Campaigns Manager David Taylor looks at Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs’ approach to beaters’ pay and a shoot’s casual employment obligations. HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has always paid close attention to individuals who, in their view, should

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Posted in Viewpoint
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