Children could be branded “extremists” simply for boycotting McDonald's under government plans, an MP is warning.37 comments Bradford Telegraph and Argus
A LOUD hum filled the air. Standing between a berberis shrub and a ceanothus, the contented buzz of hundreds of bumble bees swept over me as they went about collecting nectar and pollinating the flowers. After a cold, showery day, the onset of a balmy evening must have stimulated the bees into frantic activity. It was a peaceful end to the day. A contrast to the mood of most of the daylight hours when John and I had been sealing up the silage heap. Despite an ominous threat of rain, the grass for the silage had been cut, wilted and collected without drama. No last-minute showers, even though online forecasts depicted rain clouds.
THE organisers of Saltersgate Country Show and Sports are inviting people to name a new litter of puppies.
WHILE we normal people watch our TV screens in horror at the lack of any positive action to deal with the lawless migrants at Calais whose activities threaten lorry drivers and ordinary motorists we start to get a glimpse of why nothing is being done.