‘This is why Labour is totally unfit to be let loose on countryside’

June 6, 2017

KEEP OUT: This is Labour’s legacy on the countryside with their maladministration on the 2001 and 2007 Foot and Mouth Crises. The former led losses of £3BN and £5B for agriculture and tourism.   MASS SLAUGHTER: These sheep are going onto […]

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‘Do you want to be popular or do you want to live?’

June 1, 2017

OFFICIAL LIES: “Nothing can be said that approximates to the reality of the situation here. That is Soviet and totalitarian. They are saying this is an official lie. You know it is absurd. You know it does not match what […]

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‘Nothing is impossible if you want to make your dreams come true’

May 31, 2017

SOUL SEARCHING: Former breakdancer Evgeny (Eugene) Smirnov, who lost his leg in a motorcycle accident in 2012, became a participant in the Russian show Dances and took part in a video, sung by a well-known East European artist. He set […]

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‘Spanish globe-trotting ship captures imagination at Maritime fest’

May 30, 2017

WHEELY BIG: Divy and myself take a couple of minutes to stand next to the 108-ft tall Poole Harbour Big Wheel, that from the top had incredible views of Poole Quay, the harbour and Brownsea Island.   CASTING OFF: The […]

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‘Are algorithms being used by ISPs to sway UK general election?’

May 19, 2017

CYBER DECEPTION: Public speaker and social media influencer Steve Cicciolanti singled out one major search engine platform and said this of their algorithms: “I would call this a fake news suggestion. This is proof this platform promotes left-wing, culturally Marxist […]

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‘Alternative country fayre felt like a mini-version of Glastonbury’

May 15, 2017

FINE SWINE: Rare breed pigs Blue Bell and Doorbell captivate visitors at this year’s High Mead Country Fayre. DUCKING OUT: This crowd of runner ducks ensure this turkey knows that she could only enjoy her own company. CHILLING OUT: Dave […]

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‘We are blessed to be able to live in this part of the world’

May 11, 2017

      ROCK LEGEND: This is a panoramic view of the arch taken from above the cliff face. As can be seen, it was a sunny day on the April Bank Holiday and there must have been at least […]

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‘Purbeck’s AONB, wildlife and coastline could be at risk from fracking’

April 30, 2017

GORGEOUS COASTLINE: This is a stretch of coastline along the Purbeck part of the World Heritage Jurassic coastal path. Could this be jeopardised through having a series of shale gas rigs to extract oil and gas?   WILDLIFE HAVEN: Durlston […]

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‘Peace will not prevail until justice is served for victims of genocide’

April 29, 2017

  MORAL DUTY: Amal Clooney, who is representing Yazidi women used as sex slaves by Daesh and is from a Druze Muslim background, says there has been not one prosecution of an ISIS war criminal anywhere in the world and […]

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‘Has social policy been used to radically change human behaviour?’

April 24, 2017

SOCIAL DEFICIT: Peter Gray of the Freedom To Learn Blog, who says on his website that when children have a loss of empathy and increasing narcissism. it is down to the education and day care environments not allowing them to […]

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