I received a copy via my local branch (thanks John). A most interesting read. Quite frankly from the content, I had assumed that the Sentinel must be one of our publications, since it provides some excellent stuff just in time for t'lection. Full marks to the mag!
Roll on Thursday. I will be most relieved not to have to see Brown yapping away every time I see the "news".
I completely agree. When I was a councillor in Dorset, I put this to the local media. It caused quite a storm and drew a lot of support. Some villages in Dorset and Cornwall are practically empty during the non-holiday season, whilst locals stand no chance of getting on the housing ladder. I am no socialist, but the greed of paying "loadsofmoney" for a cottage you might use for one month in the year is indefensible.
Continued immigration of course, adds to the problem.
If this ever happens to one of us, I hope that the individual will feel able to refuse to comply and let the thing come to court. Damed inconvenient, but these bullys need to be faced down.
You will always be welcome at this address in full uniform or otherwise!
I might just print these piccies. They would make an excellent target for dart practice.
Hear hear! We have a shining example of good practice here on Anglesey, with the Ty Croes racing circuit. The owners have refurbished a derelict MOD building - once the admin centre of a rocket test range.
Instead of pulling it down, simple adaptation and repair made this a very comfortable H.Q. Not only was the building re-used, they also preserved a bit of British defence history.
All rather good stuff which I can sign up to.
I am particularly pleased that we have a sensible stand on the "green tax" brigade. I note that whilst Braun & Davo clearly don't believe the climate change hype but are going along with it regardless, Cleggy has fallen for it hook, line & sinker, despite the fact that he clearly has not the slightest idea about what CO2 is or does.
Will the great British public (and hangers-on) realise the sense of what is written here? Will they get the chance to even hear it?
Bridgewater eh? There used to be a damned good explosives factory there. No doubt it has been closed by now as the "government" supports overseas suppliers.
Too right sir! Makes you wonder what the current situation would now be if the Tory membership had chosen the no-nonsense David Davies rather than the glib, smooth and predictable Cameron.
They made their bed, it must now be lain upon!
Well as far as Chinese electronic consumer goods are concened, banning them would also be a big favour to the purchaser. What a load of badly manufactured rubbish. Trouble is, it is very difficult to buy something that does not originate from China.