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Natural England has confirmed that, following the recent heavy snowfall in many areas, livestock farmers who will need to provide their livestock with additional feed can continue to be covered by an Environmental Stewardship derogation.
"Derogations will give farmers the financial breathing space to mop up their land and try to recover from the floods."
The new regulation sets out the procedures to be observed by manufacturers when submitting an application for a derogation. The manufacturer must provide certain information showing its reduction potential, concerning the company and its economic activity (structure of its capital, estimate of the number of cars registered in 2007 or during the last calendar year, number of employees, surface area of its production facilities, volume of sales for the last five years and characteristics of the market concerned) and the CO2 emissions reduction technology used on its cars (list of technologies used on cars placed on the market since 2007, list of technologies implemented under the emissions reduction programme, timetable and specific reduction targets).
An exception must be made, however, and thanks due, to the LibDems' Wales spokesman, Roger Williams, who does know enough (or has done enough homework) to point the British tax-setting Government in the direction of "derogations".
On Sunday, during an event for Morphou refugees, Anastasiades said the Greek Cypriot side would accept neither majorities of people and property, nor permanent derogations.
Derogations must be requested in writing, either through RPW Online or by writing directly to RPW.
The article does not allow for derogations from article 2 ('Right to life'), except in respect of deaths resulting from lawful acts of war, or from articles 3 ('Prohibition of torture'), 4 ('Prohibition of slavery'), and 7 ('No punishment without law').
The regulation that ends the derogations from the ban on removing shark fins on board vessels was formally adopted by the EU Council, acting by qualified majority, on 6 June.
Durant toute cette periode, la porte est restee grandement ouverte aux formules de derogations. Et en meme temps, des elus, ayant acces a l'information eu egard a leur position de president ou de membre de bureau, lors des debats autour des plans d'amenagement, acquirent des terrains agricoles a la peripherie de la metropole, leur arrachent des derogations pour les valoriser, les lotissent ensuite et les vendent par lots comme bon leur semble.
Mr Davies said: "I am monitoring the position on lorry drivers' hours, and will seek further derogations if these are needed to keep supplies of feed and other farm inputs moving.
AS another cold snap hits the region, Natural England is reminding farmers in Environmental Stewardship schemes that derogations are available to help cope with the extreme weather conditions.
A new study argues that the application of the new optional term "mountain product" could be limited across the EU without special derogations to the general principle stating that it can only be used on products produced and processed in mountain areas.
The final obstacles concerned greater possibilities not to abide by the emissions values set under best available techniques (BAT) through derogations granted by member states (which they see as a necessary form of flexibility), application deadlines for large combustion plants (LCPs) and procedural rules for definition and adoption of BAT.
Passport derogations have been allowed for semi-wild ponies in Dartmoor, Exmoor and the New Forest.