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Up to 30 percent of the UK's vegetable crops never leaves the field. CNN's Erin McLaughlin finds out why
The latest front in Operation Divide and Rule sees soldiers being used to fight a political battle
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond wants to divert welfare spending to the military
Neighbour against neighbour: it has been the strategy of this government ever since it embarked on its mission of trashing the economy. Struggling to make ends meet because your boss pays you poverty wages while the Tories are slashing your tax credits? Blame your unemployed neighbour. Stuck in a job where your employer no longer has pension coverage? Turn on the nurse next door who still has an intact pension. Having to make choices like heating your home or feeding your kids properly? Hate the immigrant down the road and their mythical generous benefits.
i hate reading stuff like this.
the banks fucks things up for everyone.
the government bails the banks.
the government cuts budgets.
the papers are winding people up and making everyone turn on immigrants.
and it's not the immigrants that fucked things up, it was the banks!
because so and so doesn't have a job, that's not the point.
so and so didn't cause the recession!
meanwhile, the bankers have given themselves £600 million in bonuses!
This is the way i see it..
back in the day the mob used threats of violence/violence to keep the power, now they use legislation...
legislation backed up by threats violence, violence and incarceration.
Same thing, it just feels more civilized if we have legislation in the middle of it.
in other uk news
The UK High Court has ordered BSkyB, BT, Virgin Media and three other UK broadband providers to block access to three music and movie file-sharing websites Kickass Torrents, H33T and Fenopy.
this might be the most boring thread you've made in here troller.
wish you fall asleep on one of your visits,
you can thank me later
With a hair bobble to keep water out of her ears, elderly Heidi, from Dorset, is strapped in a buoyancy vest before each swim.
And the treatment, at a hydrotherapy pool, is working wonders.
Owner Amanda Williams, who works as an air traffic controller, said: ‘Over Christmas Heidi just stopped moving so I took her to the vet.
‘He said we should try hydrotherapy, even though he had never seen it used with rabbits before. It is more usually used for horses and dogs.
‘None of us thought she would tolerate one minute in the water but in her first session she took to it very quickly. She leapt off the platform into the pool.’
And it seems the 1m-long pet loves the 45-minute sessions.
‘She is now a much happier rabbit,’ added Ms Williams, 44, of Christchurch, Dorset.
^^ cutting edge medicine
Especially for Hash,