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Congratulations to GCSE pupils on results day - Kirsty Williams
The Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has offered her congratulations to students across Wales celebrating their GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results today.
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- Congratulations to GCSE pupils on results day - Kirsty Williams
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- National Strategy on Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence - A framework for delivery 2016 - 2021
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Land Transaction Tax will replace UK Stamp Duty Land Tax in Wales.
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An annual report which forecasts figures based on two different measures: Farm Business Income (FBI) and Net Farm Income.
- Average farm business income across ‘all farm types’ is forecast to decrease by nearly £5,000 (or 16%) between 2014-15 and 2015-16, to £24,500.
- For dairy farms, average farm business income is forecast to decrease by around £28,500 (or 40%) to £42,000.
- Average farm business income on cattle and sheep (LFA) farms is forecast to decrease by around £1,000 (or 4%) to £22,500 and on cattle and sheep (lowland) farms to decrease by £2,000 (or 8%) to £25,500.
- Average net farm income for ‘all farm types’ is forecast to decline by around £4,500 (or 25%) between 2014-15 and 2015-16, to £13,000.
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