I have a newfound love of makeup and many make up gurus and companies use this blog site so have decided to use this site again to follow more blogs to gain new tips and tricks and help me also to find out who I really am.
Many happy memories of the Forest of Dean I really hope Owen succeeds!
THIS THURSDAY: ALL EYES ON THE LORDS COMMITTEE
This Thursday (July 10), from 2pm, the Grand Committee of the House of Lords is set to examine Clause 21 (and other clauses) of the Infrastructure Bill. We campaigners to stop the privatisation of public forests will be watching keenly, as several amendments have been tabled which call for the Public Forest Estate to be exempted from the proposed sale or ‘transfer schemes’ of public land.
Well, that was an exciting intro (I imagine the few who will read this in all probability sarcastically thinking, before moving on to the latest video of a goat that sounds like a chicken). Maybe why this proposed law which would enable so many fundamental changes to land and our country’s highways and other agencies has garnered scant – if practically nonexistent – coverage in our national dailies.
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What cheek – and definitely a way to kill your career.
It’s 9 o clock on Tuesday, the morning after the night before, where we were both on a panel on The Big Benefits Row on Channel 5. I haven’t watched it back, I was there, and know what I look like when I’m angry.
I need to get this out – because it’s everything I wanted to say last night but couldn’t, as I kept being rudely shouted over by you. Honestly, my three year old behaves better than that. At least he knows that when Mummy does her ‘will you just be QUIET and LISTEN to me’ then the best thing to do is to stop running your mouth and let Mummy say her piece.
But you didn’t. Because you were terrified of what I had to say.
I wanted to say, when asked by Matthew Wright, that poverty is almost indescribable to someone as blinkered as…
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Cats, the conventional logic goes, are the refined pet choice. Unlike dogs, whose motivations are so shallow that their loyalty can be won with a handful of sausages, cats are discerning creatures. They give their love to those who earn it, and only on their own terms, putting up the sort of uncaring exterior that would make them archetypical romantic leads in a dating simulator.
For many cat lovers, the hard-fought affection from a feline is all the more valuable than similar sentiments from other members of the animal kingdom. The back and forth of developing trust with a new acquaintance, the eventual thawing of an initially frosty reception, are these not like the social dances engaged in by humans?
However, cats also share another, less graceful aspect with we humans: they look really, really weird just before they sneeze.
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