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  Topic: Oil spill now 60,000 barrels a day? A drop in the ocean !
douglagh

Replies: 1
Views: 6386

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 16/06/10, 15:21   Subject: Oil Spill
It goes further on the question of BOP's (Blow Out Preventers) They are not manadatory under US law, but they are mandatory in Europe offshore drilling. BP insisted on one as a further safety precauti ...
  Topic: NO !!! to GM crops in the UK.
douglagh

Replies: 4
Views: 9178

PostForum: Wildlife and the Environment   Posted: 01/06/10, 23:51   Subject: GM Crops
Had a conversation with a cereal farmer who I know well. On the question of roundup ready wheat, he would be using it if the Govt. would allow it. Although Monsanto tie in their own weedkiller, it wo ...
  Topic: NO !!! to GM crops in the UK.
douglagh

Replies: 4
Views: 9178

PostForum: Wildlife and the Environment   Posted: 30/05/10, 10:07   Subject: GM Crops
Just so we all know there is an alternative view, perhaps this paper is worth reading. Genetic modification has been going on for centuries - dog variants for example. Direct gene manipulation is a ne ...
  Topic: Anyone voting in the General Election ?
douglagh

Replies: 60
Views: 40667

PostForum: Community   Posted: 26/03/10, 09:13   Subject: Anyone voting in the General Election ?
Vountaryist.uk You need to calm down and climb down off your very large soapbox. Take a non-state sponsored valium, contemplate the good things about living in a state where at least the flush works o ...
  Topic: BT Telegraph poles
douglagh

Replies: 3
Views: 14015

PostForum: Planning   Posted: 16/12/09, 10:26   Subject: BT Poles
According to the label on the pole, "Schedule 3 Amendment Communications Act 2003" is basically stating that BT can shoot first, and public ask questions afterwards. They install, then you c ...
  Topic: BT Telegraph poles
douglagh

Replies: 3
Views: 14015

PostForum: Planning   Posted: 10/12/09, 13:19   Subject: BT Telegraph poles
Anyone have any experiences with pole eruptions? This morning BT turned up and planted a new full size pole 9 metres from our kitchen window on Springhead road. It is now being connected up to provide ...
  Topic: Mrs Ethelston's
douglagh

Replies: 11
Views: 15962

PostForum: Community   Posted: 04/07/09, 16:37   Subject: Nanny state
Ok, I understand the need for guidelines in a wider range of sporting venues where pro-photographers have a legitimate reason to be present and working.

This is a small school sports day. Seems to ...
  Topic: Mrs Ethelston's
douglagh

Replies: 11
Views: 15962

PostForum: Community   Posted: 01/07/09, 16:40   Subject: Nanny state
I cannot understand why what I presume is a minority are allowed to destroy a tradition for normal (proud) parents to take pictures of their kids on a sports day. Why was this proposal not voted down ...
  Topic: Tesco on the march
douglagh

Replies: 6
Views: 14662

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 19/10/08, 22:59   Subject: Tesco on the march
I doubt if Woolies has a liquor licence? Drinks are sold in Tesco Express, achilles heel perhaps? Confused
  Topic: Tesco on the march
douglagh

Replies: 6
Views: 14662

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 16/10/08, 12:11   Subject: Tesco on the march
Agree all points! We have all seen great sensitivity within Lyme to any external features which may not be " in keeping " with the town, for example the Bay Hotel row over signs, and of cour ...
  Topic: Tesco on the march
douglagh

Replies: 6
Views: 14662

PostForum: Beyond the Boundary   Posted: 16/10/08, 11:23   Subject: Tesco on the march
I heard yesterday from a shopkeeper in Lyme that Woolworth's stock was being stripped at half price all the staff have been made redundant and Tesco had bought the store and the car park?. Presumably ...
  Topic: Rohaise Court
douglagh

Replies: 5
Views: 9495

PostForum: Community   Posted: 10/01/08, 16:16   Subject: Rohaise Court
No, I live on Springhead Rd but we had a look around the flats with some friends who were thinking of moving there, hence a passing interest. Some of the flats are excellent, some have some head bangi ...
  Topic: Rohaise Court
douglagh

Replies: 5
Views: 9495

PostForum: Community   Posted: 03/01/08, 13:00   Subject: Rohaise Court
Confused Well thanks for filling me in on the history of Rohaise Court.....there is none! Agreed it seems a daft and unneccessary name when there were obvious and good historical ones available. Ony hope I ...
 
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