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Glorious Earthworms

People understand that earthworms are important, we respect and appreciate them; it is hard to hate an earthworm. It is also the case that we largely live in different worlds,...

17/07/2015

Fundraising under the microscope and media cosh

Generally, charity call companies can indeed make a very persuasive argument to earn a charity’s trust but it requires constant vigilance to quality assure their output. Raising funds for a...

10/07/2015

Will the Pope’s intervention save us?

Wildlife and environment charities have often bemoaned the lack of leadership from individuals in high level positions of power and influence.  On the 24 May 2015 the Pope produced an...

03/07/2015

Post Election Thoughts and Predictions

As I write the final results are just in and the Conservative Party have a clear, but small, 5 seat majority, which is however 99 more seats than the next...

08/05/2015

Pesticide report was Defra’s dodgy dossier

A reappraisal of a Government scientific study has raised serious concerns about the scientific integrity of the pro-neonicotinoid UK Government – were civil servants distorting science so that it supported...

30/03/2015