Link: Latest practice news
William Patterson, from Lampeter West Wales, conducted the analysis on behalf of the Countryside Alliance, the organisation opposed to the ban, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The alliance claims the compensation figure could be much higher if claims from businesses such as livery stables were eligible and if hotels demanded compensation for tourism losses from a cessation of hunting were factored in.
Simon Hart, the alliance’s chief executive, said: ‘If the government brings back the Bill to ban hunting, it will face a fierce battle, as well as this huge compensation bill. The sensible option would be to leave well alone.’
UK senior partner Phil Verity has been elected for a second term at Mazars
Tallat Mahmood appointed to corporate finance team of Top 20 firm
Top 25 firm HW Fisher & Co has acquired London firm Rhodes & Rhodes
Top Ten firm RSM has appointed Nick Blundell as its head of corporate tax in Birmingham