Category Archives: Politics

Labour should celebrate access achievement, but go for more

Twenty years ago Labour was elected with a promise of legislation for the right to roam. We had to hold them to it. Continue reading

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The inspiration of our national parks

Theresa May has demonstrated that national parks are inspirational and need proper funding. Continue reading

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The Archers wake up to Brexit

The Archers have only just woken up to the fact that we are leaving the EU. But at least they are hot on speed monitors. Continue reading

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Nice Icelanders

Theresa May wrongly claimed that Westminster is home to the world’s oldest Parliament. What about Iceland? Continue reading

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What news for the environment?

What has Theresa May done for paths and access? Continue reading

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News from the checkout

Leadsom has lost the vote of the lady in the Henley Waitrose checkout. Continue reading

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Tactical voting

Theresa May is accused of tactical voting; a similar (though far less significant) event occurred in the Ramblers in 1992. Continue reading

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