Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse in government for farmers ……. Neil Parrish

Formatted

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Think it is less about what he did, and more about the fact he didn't come forward earlier in the week. He even went on GB News calling for an investigation.
 

milkloss

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Livestock Farmer
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East Sussex
And accidentally turned off his mobile signal provider’s adult content protection system off. That probably takes a very big accidental series of key presses.
I turned mine off because I was sighting the rifle in with a new cartridge and wanted to Google the drop chart from the manufacturer. Mobile provider wouldn’t let me!
Besides, I expect they have Wi-Fi in parliament.
 

Cowabunga

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Ceredigion,Wales
I turned mine off because I was sighting the rifle in with a new cartridge and wanted to Google the drop chart from the manufacturer. Mobile provider wouldn’t let me!
Besides, I expect they have Wi-Fi in parliament.
That would explain it along with googling ‘tractor porn’. I haven’t tried it but suspect it would yield interesting results.
 

honeyend

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the ins and outs will emerge, and the facts, will show whatever it was
But, he fronted up, reported himself, people can't find so much to criticise, imagine if he had lied, and been found out later, newspapers would have had a field day then. Now, its a one day news item for them, its out, been admitted, old news.

just like starmer having a go at boris over drinks/ lockdown, calling for his resignation.
ah, but, turns out he did similar, and 'forgot' some of his senior colleagues were there, so, no different to boris, and by his own comments, calling for boris to step down, he should now step down, but he won't, its 'different'.
But he did lie, he did an interview who he talks about what should happen to who ever it was, then he accidently opens a porn app on his phone. I do not know about your phone but your google history tends to track what you have been looking at, I have never had a porn site pop up in a search and I use the word stallion a fair bit.
Perhaps if he had shown some insight, made an apology to his colleagues, and assured everyone it would not happen again do you think the MP's from his own party would have reported it.
In fact knowing how abuse works, and the pressure for women to conform in the workplace, it makes me think that other things were going on, they had really nothing to gain.
I spend my evenings after working often thinking what could I have done better, and have I made any mistakes, it seems there people who have got used to avoiding the truth unless it smacks them in the face.
 

Sid

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Livestock Farmer
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South Molton

puntabrava

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Wiltshire
The bloke is a disgrace to the Parish name, Halse have a photo on their website proposing him as a candidate, bloody disgusting, never mind standing in front of those apple trees!!
 
I feel sorry for him. Its a total load of rubbish.

Watching porn on a phone is not illegal - if it was virtually all the men under 50 in the world would be prosecuted.

No its not polite or ethical but for goodness sake its not a crime. Also the idea that is offensive to "all women" is ridiculous.

The bigger crime is that feckin jerkin he is wearing with a shirt and tie.
 

BRB John

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Aberdeenshire
I feel sorry for him. Its a total load of rubbish.

Watching porn on a phone is not illegal - if it was virtually all the men under 50 in the world would be prosecuted.

No its not polite or ethical but for goodness sake its not a crime. Also the idea that is offensive to "all women" is ridiculous.

The bigger crime is that feckin jerkin he is wearing with a shirt and tie.

Sorry but it is totally unacceptable behaviour to be watching porn in the house of commons and he should of stepped down immediately it came out.
 

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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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