So the Queen attends the G7 on a train and Doris takes his own private jet to the G7. I think the queen is more in line with reducing global warming than Doris is.
This Carers Week Liberal Democrat parliamentary spokesperson for Newton Abbot and Councillor for Dawlish North East, Martin Wrigley, is calling on the Government to provide emergency funding to give carers a break from dramatically increased caring responsibilities during the Covid pandemic. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/calls-emergency-funding-give-carers-5521217
Happy Birthday your Majesty.
The 'Royal Train' has been spotted passing through Devon, with one keen photographer snapping a photo of the locomotive as it passed through Dawlish this evening. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/royal-train-carrying-queen-seen-5519599
Doris does not want to give up his emergency powers. Without emergency powers he can no longer railroad through anything he wants, the vaccines still in trial until 2023 cannot be dished out to all the sheep and he cannot enforce lockdowns, etc. All that is being currently orchestrated by Doris and his goons is to keep up the farcade of this scamdemic until we enter the next seasonal flu. Once ...
Well, this is my graph up until last Sunday - so make your own minds up:
Newton Abbot MP Anne Marie Morris, who has been a ‘lockdown sceptic’, and who voted against the third lockdown, has urged the Government not to delay the planned lifting of restrictions on June 21. Read more... ...
Shaun Powney, 51, pleaded guilty at Exeter Crown Court to the manslaughter of Patrick Powney in Plymouth in February on the grounds of diminished responsibility. He was remanded to doctors' care in Langdon Hospital in Dawlish, and will be sentenced after psychiatric reports. Read more... https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-57385322
like it.................... "new lead " for dog thefts
Following a dramatic increase in dog thefts, Devon & Cornwall Police are paving the way in the region by appointing Chief Inspector Rob Curtis to help tackle this rising crime. Read more... http://www.dawlish-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=120650&headline=New%20lead%20for%20dog%20thefts§ionIs=news&searchyear=2021&cat=Crime