Stuart Farr

What will retail look like as lockdown eases?

“So, this masked man walks into a gunshop,” may sound like the start of a bad joke, but it could be about to get deadly serious. Stuart Farr explores some of the issues that may face retailers when they reopen

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Coronavirus: Stuart Farr on the industry’s biggest issues

Stuart Farr takes on not one, but two of the hottest topics in shooting – Coronavirus and lead shot. I’m not a religious person by any means but the global events over the last few months do seem to hark

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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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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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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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Climate change: Stuart Farr looks at the bigger picture

Amid recent general licence frustrations, Brexit uncertainty and controversy at Downing Street, Stuart Farr warns that we should not lose sight of the things that truly matter. Can you imagine yourself for a moment standing on the planet Mars? Assume

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Stuart Farr takes a look at the new general licences

Stuart Farr turns ‘mythbuster’ to challenge the ongoing ramifications of changes to general licensing. As news reaches our shores that Australia’s beloved national symbol, the Koala, is now on the verge of being “functionally extinct”, one might be tempted to

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Taking the Brexcuit…

Stuart Farr opens the tin to examine the predicted changes set to occur after Brexit. He finds a selection of broken bits, but is there a crumb of comfort? The phrase “a week is a long time in politics” was

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On the flipside with Stuart Farr

Even with all the current political unrest, legally, The Brexit deadline is still 29 March, which means that Stuart Farr will finally be able to give up international trade predictions for lent. The last few months have seen some pretty impressive

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Stuart Farr’s ‘fly on the wall’ observations of goods and services

When it comes to trade deals, Stuart Farr says that sometimes it’s difficult to work out what the fuss is all about. Do we need them? If so, why? I confess the constant reference to them makes me wonder where

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