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On a wild and windy morning

I’m the first to admit that I am not the world’s best at relaxation…but this morning I said I was going bird watching, come what may. So wind and rain came. And I went anyway, to the Wetlands and Wildlife Trust reserve at Welney, just up the road from me. It was grey: But, out […]

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The EU goes for country-by-country reporting – again

I missed this report earlier this week and am pleased to have found it, albeit a few days late. Accountancy Daily has reported that the new EU Parliament has followed its predecessors in overwhelmingly endorsing the demand for country-by-country reporting, noting that: Members of the European parliament have adopted a resolution urging member states to […]

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The end of fracking is really good news

As has been widely reported this morning, the UK government has reversed its position on fracking, and will no longer support its use. This is excellent news for a number of obvious reasons. First, there’s little evidence fracking really works in the UK. Second, it would have caused considerable harm to communities. Third, we do […]