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    Jazzy
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    Talking of meat I found this very interesting reading. It seems artificial meat substitutes are the future. Good news as will mean an end to the cruelties and pollution involved in intensively farmed meat.

    Wonder what the effect would be for Brittany who supplies most of France’s pork? Lots of repercussions for the farming industry in general I would think…

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    Following on from what Jazzy has just posted,  I recently came across this new initiative.

    https://www.dw.com/en/bangladesh-builds-floating-gardens-to-fight-climate-change/g-18912481

    I think this topic however, now deserves a thread of it’s own.

    Anyone care to jump in and do it?

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    Deboer, how much do you sell yours for?

    €10/kilo

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    Talking of meat I found this very interesting reading. It seems artificial meat substitutes are the future. Good news as will mean an end to the cruelties and pollution involved in intensively farmed meat.

    yeah Jazzy , but it’s a bit like Teresa May’s , ” neutral carbon ” in 2050 !  Pure politics to keep the people happy . Who believes that at the present rate of environmental damage there will be anything left to feed artificial meat to ?

    Stop eating so much meat and just buy ” good meat ” for the last few years before the deluge ! :-)

     

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    Back to topic .

    Now all those wondrous Tory wannabe PMs are starting picking holes in each other . It’s getting messy ! :yahoo:

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    That’s really interesting, gleaner. I’ve started a separate thread – ‘Farming for the future’. (Perhaps should have added ‘- if there is one’ for Deboer’s benefit 😂)

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    ‘ course there is a future Jazzy , I just think it may be a bit different than most  people expect !

    Rory Stewart is the man the UK needs , he seems ( seems) the only candidate for PM that talks sense ?

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    Well, Esther McVey is out; that is good news, chiefly because she promised to sack all remainers from cabinet.  When one considers the referendum result (which itself is years old; older than the last election) was almost a 50:50 split, that means she would have been happy to ignore the views of half those who voted.  That just isn’t healthy, whether you agree with them or not.

    Andrea Leadsome is also out; perhaps going out this early is divine retribution for 2016, when she implied she was the better candidate for PM than Theresa May because she could have children.  She investigated proroguing parliament whilst she was Leader of the Commons, but apparently this was just for ‘research’; she says she would not have done it.

    However, whilst these two have gone, others like Raab and Johnson remain.  Understandably from the perspective of British immigrants in France, myself included, who have a vested interest in a candidate who rejects no deal, Rory Stewart remains the favourite.  But even he yesterday voted against the motion in parliaement yesterday that might have prevented no deal, because it was tabled by Labour; even in the direst of straits, any Tory will put party above country.

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    I love the latest TV mugshots of backstabber gove, he looks like someone has just shoved a large pineapple up his bum.

    Oh I wish!    :yes:

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