Ms Lebon’s “j’accuse” targets the Members Honorable who are too busy looking after their own interests to consider ours.
Stories of general interest to the whole of the UK
Miss Lebon offers us verses contemplating the refugee boats landing on the Dover shore and the many gifts their occupants bring with them.
Mike travels from Spain to Kent to discover the true effects of Brexit thus far on his family, and contemplates political change in the EU.
Starting with the sound of church bells ringing out at Christmas, Rod opens for us the fascinating world and history of Bell ringing.
Sir Roger Gale MP for Thanet, questions Government plans for asylum seekers to be housed at Manston Airport, pending dispersal around the UK.
Brussels sprouts were cultivated in the 13th century in significant numbers around the area of Brussels whence their name was derived.
Legislation has made it illegal from May 2021 to burn wet logs that produce a lot of PM 2.5 air pollution. Coal is outlawed from May 2023.
The UK diet has changed dramatically with the arrival of supermarkets and the increase in sugar and fat in foods in the 1960s.
Nigel Beevor reviews Lord Adonis’ latest book, in which he assembles a “curious list of leaders” from articles he has written in the past.
65-year-old climate activist Jeremy Cox is part of the Paid to Pollute campaign challenging the Oil and Gas Authority in the High Court.