Editor's leader - Winners and losers in emergency budget
Horticulture Industry reacts to emergency budget
Parks left to face twin threats of departmental cuts and council tax freeze
Garden centres brace themselves for VAT increase after Christmas
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TWEETS from Hort Week followers:
We welcome the Chancellor's announcement that he will consider a fuel rebate for remote rural areas.
Decision to cut landline levy for broadband upgrading is disappointing. But many rural areas were to miss out under previous gov's scheme.
Put the squeeze on citrus trees
A hefty tax on Coleus and Heuchera Caramel
Hefty cutbacks on secateurs
* CPRE Shropshire
The LibDems promised to equalize VAT on new build & repair to encourage development on brownfield land. Will this happen in today's budget?
I hope the lowest earners get taxed less and that the super rich are taxed more from this budget. Our society is far too-unequal.
Going up to allotment rich. Will come back poorer after budget.
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