The 5 most interesting stories of the last 7 days…
It has been a bit of a whirlwind week and having had some laptop technical issues I decided to give the WordPress app a go, half an hour later, with considerably reduced patience I am back at my laptop.
So without further ado, here is my roundup of this weeks most interesting stories:
5. Wind Farms. Everyone* over the age of 57 hates them (*apart from those who don’t). I happen to think they are a beautiful juxtaposition against the bleak and flowing green landscape they often inhabit ,but scores of the British people think they are a blot on our once green and pleasant land: http://www.westernmorningnews.co.uk/Wind-turbines-outnumber-church-spires-Devon/story-19962222-detail/story.html
4. Hinckley 2 nuclear plans unveiled. In the shadow of recent reports from the devastated Fukashima nuclear plant that they may never be able to clear up the contamination, The wise Tories have decided to usher through plans for a new nuclear power plant in Somerset, UK. Who would ever allow them to do this? We did, so feel ashamed: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-24604218
3.The “Storm of the century” The ever restrained British media have been echoing warnings from the Met office, but are they right? : http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/Derbyshire-gets-braced-storm-century/story-19992365-detail/story.html
2. Open source recycling. This wonderful little video shows how we may recycle plastics in the community in days to come:
1. Brand Vs Paxman. An interview which is growing a distinct following online and some wise words of warning from a better spokesman of the people than an Eton graduate;