@leatash - i beg to differ, the weight in the tree is in the trunk not in the small branches that have slowly grown back after many years since it was last butchered. In 18 months you will have a tuft of branches sticking out of the trunk. The only reason it is butchered in this way is because it is cheaper to do so, not for any other reason, in my opinion.
Walking along The Brook yesterday evening, by the old monkey house, I saw that one of the lovely willows that had been butchered many years ago has now been revisited by talented tree surgeons! Poor quality pic from my phone, still shows the pruning extent.
The british goverment is like the arabs during the 2nd world war, a bit like a tree in a storm.
I would suspect that there will be an angle to this, most probably the old camel h*****s will want something from the British for his release.
In my opinion, those that actually run our country are more than likely quite happy with the way things are going. It's not much different to many wars/conflicts that have and are ongoing around the world and that is those at the top of the tree prosper in good and bad times, but more so when things are bad. Again, in my opinion, the politicians are merely puppets to give the electorate a ...
Seems attracted to the BBC outside broadcast cameras. Outside the Houses of Parliament this morning on BBC 1 news, yawn.
At a time when Teignbridge council say there is little money for the district. All I see in the local papers over the last couple of years is tens of millions being spent on Newton Abbot and very little anywhere else. Latest info was gleamed from this weeks Dawlish Post page 5.