‘Purbeck trade hit by ferry closure and one-way system’

August 12, 2019

  GRID LOCK: This picture, taken by my backseat passenger, shows the traffic going at snail’s pace between Corfe Castle and Wareham on the B3151 part of the one-way traffic system created by the closure of the chain ferry. We […]

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‘Why does Agenda 21 not mention rural communities?’

July 10, 2019

THOUGHT CONTROL: “They’ve got this consensus thing going and they don’t seem to be able to think for themselves and this is because they are being trained into this system and it is intolerant in the way they say ‘nobody […]

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‘We are really proud of livestock welfare standards in the UK’

July 4, 2019

  FACTUALLY INCORRECT: “I absolutely reject that. We have just had Open Farm Sunday where farms right across the country have opened their doors and let everyone in. We are really proud of the standards we have in the UK […]

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‘Should we have a VPN for personal privacy and security?’

June 30, 2019

EYE SPY: Internet privacy firm TurnVPN.com says internet companies are allowed by US law to harvest data on their citizens and those of other countries under the FISA Amendments Act of 2008 to run over any data from those people […]

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‘A society that facilitates anti-Semitism has no moral credibility’

June 28, 2019

FREEDOM THREATENED: “A society, or a political party, that tolerates anti-Semitism or any hate, has forfeited all moral credibility. You cannot build a future on the malign myths of the past. You can sustain freedom on the basis of hostility […]

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‘Mob grazing helps put organic matter back into the soil’

June 16, 2019

MANY BENEFITS: “We’re helping the environment – you’ll see the diversity, a snowstorm of butterflies, you’re putting organic matter in the soil, you’re taking carbon out of the atmosphere, sequestering it and it is producing a much healthier product and […]

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‘Silicon Valley and world leaders are behaving like Spectre’

June 10, 2019

  APPROVED SPEECH: “I said a few months ago that the way this is going we are going to go down to the last photocopier deep in the woods to get any alternative message out. I worry about Mr Zuckerberg […]

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‘All livestock auctions should have drop-in medical centres’

May 19, 2019

RURAL HUB: “Given that we are having to work even harder to achieve the same prices we were getting 20 years ago and the additional demands that places on our time; and given the fact that there are probably dozens […]

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‘EU parliament has no power to bring forward legislation’

April 29, 2019

DEMOCRACY DENIED: “The very definition of this is if you treat with a foreign power if you go behind Parliament’s back and you make negotiated agreements which would change UK legislation which specifically prevents you from what you are doing […]

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‘Bere Farm courtyard reflects varied menu of rural life’

April 25, 2019

HOME BREW: This is the front of the Barn Cafe at Bere Farm, Lytchett Matravers. They serve coffee made by roasters Clifton Coffee as well as hearty breakfasts, light lunches and cream teas.   PLANTING IDEAS: The Old Piggery Garden […]

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