11th August 2010
Many of you may be unaware of developing problem facing the residents of Gibraltar. Considering its distance from the UK it is rare that a story crosses back to Britain, but I wanted to draw your readers’ attention to the harassment threatened against the residents of ‘The Rock’.
22nd July 2010
I am glad that after 5 years of incompetence the Rural Payments Agency will finally be reviewed and overhauled. Agriculture Minister Jim Paice has made it plain that he is not prepared to brush the problem under the carpet like the previous government.
1st July 2010
A local Wiltshire Conservation Group is just one step away from receiving EU money to help support the re-introduction of the worlds largest flying bird back to the Salisbury Plain. The Great Bustard Group hopes to bring back their one metre high namesake 170 years after they moved into the pages of British History.
23rd June 2010
This coming Saturday is Armed Forces Day, this is an opportunity for all of us as a nation to rally behind the men and women serving in the British Armed Forces, for their families left behind and for the veterans who have served in the past.
18th June 2010
It is a real shame that £10million for the proposed new visitor centre at Stonehenge has had to be cut. It is just one of a dozen projects and schemes promised funding by the Labour party in the dying days of its Government as they recklessly embarked on a spending spree to try and shore up their vote.
I was concerned to learn that the EU now wants to ban 95% of rodent poisons. This ban will harm the businesses that make these poisons and those who work in pest control. It will also make life more difficult for people, farms or other businesses who need to deal with rats and mice.