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Pure and simple

Stuart Farr offers a scoop of advice to help businesses enjoy a ‘fab’ 2020. February! Looking ahead to the month, for many it’s a nondescript month spent preparing for future events to come. Its name is derived from the Latin

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Have I got news for you!

Following the news is a useful practice, says Caroline Roddis, but beware of unreliable sources There’s a journalist I know who has recently deleted the news app on his phone. He’s so tired of Brexit that he has decided to

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The grass is greener…

Volatile currencies and large-scale demonstrations make the headlines, but free market economics has been our saviour all along, as Roger Williams explains. Market-Changing events are currently commonplace but, with the exception of Sterling, currencies remain surprisingly level and somewhat steady.

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Missing the mark

Shooting sports are having a tough time and ignorance is no excuse, argues Mat Manning. I really can’t recall a time when shooting faced so much opposition as it has over the past year. Most of the hostility towards our

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What’s On The Cards?

Stuart Farr takes a break from festive parlour games to speculate over the New Year’s resolutions of Parliament  Quite often we don’t get to see how public figures occupy their spare time when they’re not out and about pressing the

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Mat Manning talks the changing landscape of shooting events

Mat Manning catches up with industry stalwarts to see what airgun exhibitors make of the shifting show scene. Shooting shows and events are changing and many businesses are switching from outdoor fairs to indoor exhibition halls. Game fairs, shooting shows

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Playground antics

From schoolyard to campus, Caroline Roddis explores how anti-shooting groups target youngsters in their formative years. Caroline Roddis is a freelance journalist with a passion for field sports. Her monthly column, ‘Shooting In The Media’, is an opinion article which explores topical

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Bridge of Lies

Caroline Roddis explores the roots of poor journalistic practice that lead to farcical stories such as ‘Puffin-gate’ back in the summer There are many things that keep me awake at night. Brexit is probably top of the list, followed by equally

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Backs To The WALL

Roger Williams reports on the sterling’s fall and recessionary fears ahead of the Brexit deadline London and Wall Street stocks tumble as bond yields shout recession: The UK equities market fell 1.42 per cent on 14 August and dropped again

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Martians and Malware

Prevention is better than cure, says Stuart Farr as he argues the case for greater protection against cybercrime By the time you read this article, we will have sworn in a new Prime Minister and regardless of what political camp

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