Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Political Print: Food’s off the table at the Labour conference

Hopes of the party promoting a bold new vision were dashed with the shadow DEFRA secretary sidelined in Brighton this week. By Nick Hughes. It’s party conference season, hence it’s time for the Print to snap out of its summer hibernation to pore over the food and environment policies of our current and future leaders.…
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The Political Print: An Open Letter to Labour

  Dear Labour,   Long time no speak.   First, you must forgive us for spending several of these columns since the election dissecting the Conservative Party’s policies. We hope you’ll understand – they are in government, after all.   Moreover, there’s been so much to discuss with relevance to the foodservice sector: the national…
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News review

More Scottish food please, Bidvest sustainability update, Hospitality delivers 10% of GDP, Keep big portions out of reach, Tea certification failures....                     NFUS challenges foodservice   Scotland’s farming union will approach foodservice and catering companies asking them to spell out their commitments to Scottish agriculture. The move follows Brakes’ announcement…
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Corbyn’s climate change commitments

JEREMY CORBYN is 32 points ahead of his nearest rival in the race for the Labour leadership.                   The new poll, published in the Times today, follows the publication of the hard-left politician’s environment policy. Here’s a summary of what’s new and what’s not.   1) Same…
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