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What shall we do with a drunken sailor who does this to his boat?

Drink driving isn’t okay – even if you’re on a boat.

Emergency services had to launch a major rescue effort after a teenager ‘borrowed’ a motorboat while intoxicated, lost control and ran it onto rocks. 296 more words



What a wonderful place, please do not go to Cornwall without visiting The Eden Project as it is amazing.  Under the dome you have the Rain forest at one end and the Mediterranean at the other.   221 more words


Immersed in Innes

It had been almost a year since our first and only visit to South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.  Our previous trip had coincided with the biennial celebration of the region’s Cornish heritage but it had been all too brief and so we decided that the long Anzac weekend would be a good time to enjoy a slightly longer innings away there. 975 more words


More About Me

Some of you have been asking for more information on who I am. Therefore let me add – a fuller cv is on my website at… 66 more words


Zero-tolerance policing needed where street crime is excessive

The following article by William Morris was published in the Western Morning News for 30 April:

There are few parts of the world to compare with Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. 809 more words


On Integrity and on Election Expenses

The Committee on Standards in Public Life has been suggesting that PCC candidates should sign up to the above checklist. I have signed up. The second item on the list is a reference to a ridiculously long 34 page ethical checklist put out by the College of Policing. 471 more words