Category Archives: cornwall

Hope is the thing with feathers that pecks at the sole

Yes, I know that much of London has been set on fire, and my local elected representative is now trying to finally turn the country into a police state. But, of far more interest to most people – certainly any … Continue reading

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Yeth Kembrek? Na vynnaf!

After a recent Green Party debate (we’re not members; we just go for the vicarious glamour) we were all led past a table with party literature, including those “Nuclear power? No, thanks!” badges that have been around since the sixties. … Continue reading

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