THE LAST DITCH An Englishman returned after twenty years abroad blogs about liberty in Britain
Gordon Brown vows to borrow way through recession
More than 10 million 'drinking at hazardous levels’ - Telegraph

These islands belong to the rats

 Rat infestation threatens UK - Telegraph.

RatNow that humans are a minority on these islands, should we be regarded as vulnerable and in need of special protection? Or does the danger that our recession will reduce food waste and thus threaten the well-being of the rats mean that they are "at risk" and we should be taxed to subsidise them? Finally, if you are a politician, how would your answer differ if rats had the vote?

Be careful with the comments, people. I am all for free speech, but I will not tolerate any speciesism.


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David Davis

Clearly something to do with recycling. That's obviously why we gave up that suicidal past-time after the Black Death and later threats.

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