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So why not ask our county councillor, John Clatworthy, to answer the question?

Well, as there are already houses on that side of Shutterton Lane the precedent has already been set for development and as the Redrow site development goes right up to the other side of Shutterton Lane I can see an argument being put forward that to build on the countrypark side would just be a logical urban extension. On top of that, the Countryside Park land, although paid for by developers, ...

2 days ago

As I understand it, the reason we had to have this new country park is due to environmental legislation that orginated from the EU. When we leave the EU what bits of EU legislation gets kept as UK legislation and which does not, will be up for grabs. So.........if it were to be decided that the environmental legislation that meant that park had to be created in the first place was to no ...

More info about public rights of ways (PROWS) here. http://www.devon.gov.uk/prow_public_rights_and_responsibilities.pdf

2 days ago

Can't - he's dead (or should that be 'she'?...............)

But the point is that with the free movement agreement between the RoI and the UK, the UK will not necessarily know who has entered the UK and who has left it. We may know, courtesy of the Irish border authorities, who has entered the Republic via their official passport controls,  but how will we know whether or not those people have consequently travelled into the UK? And remember that a ...

3 days ago

You were the one who brought up the possible future (re)unification of Ireland - not me. There is a whole can of worms regarding the land border with Ireland. That can of worms I have explained above but here it is again : In a nutshell we are presently in a situation whereby the British government is pursuing change (leaving the EU) with wanting to keep some things the same (open border ...

3 days ago

A united Ireland = Part 1 of the break up of the United Kingdom. Scotland to then break away from the rUK? (or, even, perhaps, to break away before Ireland unites as one country?). Then England and Wales will have a border issue with Scotland. And so it goes on and on. Meanwhile, and back to the present, there is still the EU/RoI/NI/UK border issue to resolve. Which is very important

3 days ago

More on the EU/RoI/UK border conundrum here http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/eu-migrants-brexit-ireland-border_uk_5994240ce4b0e789a948370a

4 days ago

Au Contraire - This whole thing is of great importance. Do you  have any comments re the Irish/UK situation?