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DEFRA/NFU to continue the killing in Gloucestershire and Somerset, with possible new cull zone in Dorset - Act today, spend £15 to join the Hunt Saboteurs Association - non violent direct action, the only line of defence our badgers have left.
THE government's badger culls are to be restarted this summer with a third killing zone, in Dorset, added to the two existing ones, in Somerset and Gloucestershire, say Whitehall sources.
Saharan sand pours onto England. The radio presenter's said it was reported by DEFRA and connected to the Climate Change (sic, with capitals;).
It's a question of timing though, Jax. Well over could be 20 years or more, and unofficial referendum or not, Spain is unlikely to soften it's stance in the short term.
Quote from: MediaUKGlobal Radio's newly acquired Real Radio XS in Glasgow will re-launch as XFM Scotland on Monday, after a weekend of non-stop music.http://radiotoday.co.uk/2014/04/this-is-the-last-link-on-real-xs-glasgow/
Global Radio's newly acquired Real Radio XS in Glasgow will re-launch as XFM Scotland on Monday, after a weekend of non-stop music.
Now the Southern laddie come in with that rather infantile language of describing the Prime Minister as a scumbag. What wonderful wording and again the boy is wrong and glaringly so. May i remind him that he is out of sync with reality? Cameron does NOT want out of the EEC so do try and get the facts right before coming out with such rampant language. Somehow just because the PM is keen on a refernndum (due to the feeling sin the country) does not auotmatically mean he wants out. Indeed he has stated his position which has been neatly ignored.
You are rather strange on this Cameron issue. I don't have his picture on a wall but I repeat again as it is not registering. He wants to stay in Europe but an awful lot of people don't and he has led the call for a Referendum. So although he isn't my well, hero, he has done things above board in wanting the British people to have their say. Do not see what he is doing wrong at all. Strikingly fair actually. Remember this too. Decades ago we voted for a Trade association in Europe NOT what we now have so the people have a right to a say. Whether you like Cameron or not isn't the point it is the principle being mooted. So what don't you understand about this? Instead you swing off on a hypo. Rather puzzling stance.
Firstly you are wrong and ignoring what has happened in fact. The EEC leaders have stated publicly that an independent Scotland would not be an automatic member.
We voted decades ago just for a trade situation NOT a political one with elected MEP's and the jumbo, corrupt and useless thing we have now. The three main parties here have all known that there is a large percentage of Britons who want either dramatic changes or straight ot of it. It has been a semi-regular thing here for a long time so how you are ignorant Rebel is beyond understanding. And to stress it even more why the deuce do you think the UKIP is doing so well in polls here bere the Euro Elections? Some are even saying they might ovektake the Conservative, Labour and Sical Democrat parties. Yet you drift into some self-satisfying mode that i am making something up? The bell is ringing so back into school boy!
And the only think that keeps your Imperial global and military empire afloat is Communist money. What a farce someone trying to lecture on past glory. Nice to hear you graduated and that is against the flow. It appears that literacy i your State is just in the 80's as much of the nation. The land of the free and home of the brave ( ) has a widespread education problem that has been getting worse. Tens of millions of poor, starving and millions homeless and you come here to pontificate on elsewhere? And no, I ain't playing circle mind games with you now you are excited to go against the Mississippi trend as I have answered on Opera. Niggle all you want in response. However, I will smile up at my picture of General Lee to symbolise you passed.
I hear that the Lib Dem Deputy Prime Minister failed to turn up for a scheduled private audience with the Queen at Windsor Castle on Tuesday. His place had to be taken by Conservative Home Secretary Theresa May.
While Nick Clegg was more than happy to appear in the studios of talk-radio station LBC, which hosts his weekly Call Clegg phone-in show, he was unable to find time in his busy schedule to make the 22-mile journey to meet the Queen....The royal audience was of particular importance, as it was due to be followed by the ceremony at which Sajid Javid would be sworn in as one of the Queen's Privy Counsellors.
...evidence pointing to the centrality of the British terror factions in the north-east of Ireland to Britain's counter-insurgency war against the Irish Republican Army. Simply put it is now beyond any reasonable form of doubt that terrorist organisations like the UDA-UFF (which for most of its history was a legal terror group under British law), the UVF and others operated as de facto adjuncts to the British Forces in Ireland, both military and paramilitary.
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