‘It’s not logical but it’s life as we used to know it’

March 11, 2020

Minette Batters responds to a civil servant’s suggestion to get rid of UK farmers and their supply chain by importing all food, like Singapore and livestock farmer says new environmentalists target the livestock, not the rampant development and movement of goods in sarcastic dig at Climate Change lobby’s priorities.

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‘There are real-life consequences for the words that we use on people’

March 1, 2020

There was a protest outside London Bridge by animal rights activists demanding everyone adopt a vegan diet for the sake of the planet. Minette Batters of the NFU gives a heartfelt plea for these groups to show compassion to those in the livestock industry who can’t always get their voices heard and to show some understanding about what they do.

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‘We need a public statutory inquiry into institutional misogyny’

February 13, 2020

Maajid Nawaz public gives statement on LBC about grooming gangs calling for public inquiry into why children weren’t protected from these predators

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‘If we didn’t care about the environment, we would go bust’

February 3, 2020

This man has been heading FFA for 20 years and has worked on the land all his life and knows much about wildlife as well as farming and I have met him in person. He passionately believes in rural Britain.

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‘Arson and bad land management led to Aussie bush fires’

January 13, 2020

BURNT OUT: Aftermath of the 2003 Eastern Victorian alpine bushfires showing the Big River and hillsides near the Omeo Highway (probably from the Bundara River picnic ground), north of Anglers Rest, Victoria, Australia. Similar images have been flashed across the […]

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‘Don’t you dare try to pin the blame on us for Climate Change’

January 9, 2020

  WASTE MATTERS: Two cows from Kingweston area back up the letter from Puresnow from Chard: “We do apologize for the methane we produce but haven’t your scientists told you that this breaks down naturally and is reabsorbed by plants, […]

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‘Post-modernism subverts national identity through academia’

December 23, 2019

CELEBRATE DIFFERENCE: “One of the ideas that I have promoted a lot is the problem of sameness. Sameness is a fraud, and fake. I prefer difference with mutual respect. which I means I’m different and you’re different, but I respect […]

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‘I’m ringing you up as I need to check your thinking’

December 15, 2019

        LEGAL QUANDARY: “The reason I went to court, is that one, I had been defamed without any evidence, and two this was a fixed instance in the records of Humberside Police. That’s the thing about a […]

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‘Jumping for joy on the Grapa Hill of Rio de Klin’

November 9, 2019

EUROPEAN UNION: Lenka from Slovakia, Dragomir from Kazazhstan, Karen from Colombia and myself sychronised this jump for the camera next to the Rio de Klin statue and it was a one take jake, not after numerous attempts. HEAVENLY VIEW: This […]

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‘UNESCO village has incredible views of The Tatras’

November 8, 2019

CAPTIVATING SCENE: I am walking through the village of Vlkolinec and in the background is the protected landscape area referred to as Great Fatra. This village was given UNESCO status in 1993. Picture by Lenka Daisy. MAKING FRIENDS: Although bears […]

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