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Monthly Archives: February 2016
Last week’s EU Poll – the results
Thanks to everyone who took part in last week’s poll on whether to stay in or leave the EU. 208 people took part, out of 492 who read the post – so 42% of readers decided to vote. Hopefully … Continue reading
Posted in EU referendum Tagged EU referendum 2 Comments
Reasons to stay in the EU: “It’s not the economy, stupid”.
The people imploring us to leave the EU complain that we pay so much into the EU budget, but get so little back. It is true that last year the UK was the 3rd largest contributor to the EU budget, … Continue reading
Posted in Common Agricultural Policy, EU referendum, Europe, European environment policy Tagged CAP, EU referendum 14 Comments
Farm Subsidies after Brexit – the first hints from Farm Minister Eustice
We’ve had a first hint from the Brexit side, as to what support farming would receive if the UK left the EU. This from Farmers Weekly” First details have emerged of a plan for British agriculture if the UK leaves … Continue reading
Posted in Brexit, Common Agricultural Policy, farming, George Eustice, NFU, public goods, rewilding Tagged Agriculture, Brexit, farm subsidies, George Eustice, public benefits 10 Comments
Select Committee takes floods evidence from George Monbiot, bars Richard AE North for “offensive remarks”
I had been looking forward to watching (and you can now on Parliament tv) the Envronmental Audit Committee evidence session for the Floods inquiry, in which George Monbiot was called, alongside Richard AE North, former Environmental Health Officer and now … Continue reading
UKIP reiterates its opposition to nature protection.
Some have recently suggested that UKIP has a coherent environmental policy. Well, a few UKIP supporters have, anyway. I’ve written previously about the bizarre views of UKIP’s environment spokesperson Andrew Charalambous aka Dr Earth. And then there’s UKIP’s MEP and … Continue reading
Posted in Europe, European environment policy, Nature Directives, UKIP Tagged Nature Directives, Refit, UKIP 8 Comments