I see the British army could be going into the grain haulage business.

CPF

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Arable Farmer
I see Boris getting us involved in the Ukraine harvest
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Wurzeetoo

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I should warn this is a completely uneducated opinion of mine. But I cannot help but feel there is a game plan in Boris visiting Ukraine as often as he does, to me it almost feels like waving a red rag under a bulls nose and hoping for a response that politically warrants a retaliation. Has an uninvolved country’s prime minister or president historically ever regularly visited another country at war to have afternoon tea and a chat about mobilising a foreign army to haul their imprisoned grain out of a battle field? I understand the need to help civilians caught in the middle but Meanwhile in the Uk parliament cannot all agree on wether it should be a criminal offence to take a photograph up a ladies skirt without her knowing, neither can our government make an elderly widow feel safe and confident that the police will actually turn up if she needs them or bother to do anymore than issue a crime reference over the phone to appease the insurance company. Ok Rant over no more political thinking for me, I could quite easily wear a tinfoil hat on such occasions
 
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I should warn this is a completely uneducated opinion of mine. But I cannot help but feel there is a game plan in Boris visiting Ukraine as often as he does, to me it almost feels like waving a red rag under a bulls nose and hoping for a response that politically warrants a retaliation. Has an uninvolved country’s prime minister or president historically ever regularly visited another country at war to have afternoon tea and a chat about mobilising a foreign army to haul their imprisoned grain out of a battle field? I understand the need to help civilians caught in the middle but Meanwhile in the Uk parliament cannot all agree on wether it should be a criminal offence to take a photograph up a ladies skirt without her knowing, neither can our government make an elderly widow feel safe and confident that the police will actually turn up if she needs them or bother to do anymore than issue a crime reference over the phone to appease the insurance company. Ok Rant over no more political thinking for me, I could quite easily wear a tinfoil hat on such occasions
Boris seems himself as the modern day version of Churchill !

And also the reason he is so keen on dragging us into a war with Russia is to deflect away from the 100'00s of billions of covid money that somehow went down a big black hole and no one knows who or where it went/was actually spent on and also to deflect away from his green energy policy's that are crippling the UK!
 
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PSQ

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Arable Farmer
Location
Scottish Borders
Boris seems himself as the modern day version of Churchill !

The irony being that any Conservative with a spine and integrity sees the bumbling tit as a modern day version of Michael Foot.

He’s not so much the type of hero to lead the nation through uncharted waters, he’s more like the captain of the Costa Concordia, too busy ‘looking after himself’ to care where he’s going…
 
Do the people who voted for the Lib Dims realise what they stand for ,rejoining the EU giving away this countries independence also uncontrolled illegal Immigration
Never voted Lib Dem

Do they really support uncontrolled illegal immigration.

I understand wanting to be at the heart of Europe & wanting to influence what happens in Europe & reducing red tape for import & export keeping costs down. Whilst still been in charge of UK policy.
 

le bon paysan

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Limousin, France
I should warn this is a completely uneducated opinion of mine. But I cannot help but feel there is a game plan in Boris visiting Ukraine as often as he does, to me it almost feels like waving a red rag under a bulls nose and hoping for a response that politically warrants a retaliation. Has an uninvolved country’s prime minister or president historically ever regularly visited another country at war to have afternoon tea and a chat about mobilising a foreign army to haul their imprisoned grain out of a battle field? I understand the need to help civilians caught in the middle but Meanwhile in the Uk parliament cannot all agree on wether it should be a criminal offence to take a photograph up a ladies skirt without her knowing, neither can our government make an elderly widow feel safe and confident that the police will actually turn up if she needs them or bother to do anymore than issue a crime reference over the phone to appease the insurance company. Ok Rant over no more political thinking for me, I could quite easily wear a tinfoil hat on such occasions
Boris; Hi Zelensky , I'm going to jump on the private jet and I'll see you in Kiev ASAP.

Zelensky; What have you been caught doing now?
 

Kiwi Pete

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Livestock Farmer
Boris seems himself as the modern day version of Churchill !

And also the reason he is so keen on dragging us into a war with Russia is to deflect away from the 100'00s of billions of covid money that somehow went down a big black hole and no one knows who or where it went/was actually spent on and also to deflect away from his green energy policy's that are crippling the UK!
“ill-mannered, boastful, unprincipled and without any redeeming features." He's got it down pat.

Odd that you mention the similarities, both have openly admired fascism and totalitarianism - if you get behind their characters they aren't so wonderful

I don't think Boris will get a chance to write history, so it won't be as glowing as Winston's version -
it is gratingly ironic that he is giving so generously to the neo-nazis.. while the people so proudly "stand" for it without realising; while Churchill gave the lives of too many men and boys it pales beside what our current band of 'prime ministers and presidents' are handing over. They're handing over sovereignty.

It's like they sing these national anthems one too many times and they think "actually, no. New Zealand won't ever be a free land again and Britons shall be slaves, that'll be a right lark" and just set fire to us.

Human rights? How about the right to remain silent, peasant? and wifully allow distribution of propaganda so people all bicker and quarrel and split off into groups that get lost

The chapter on eugenics will be rough, because as farmers you know how it goes - out with the stroppy ones and the meeker, more docile ones can stay on.
The ones with the assets, well, they can get fücked twice or even 3 times over
 

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HSENI names new farm safety champions

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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