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Eiffel Tower Pencil Carving by Salavat Fidai from Colossal on Vimeo.




Delicate Pencil Lead Sculptures Carved by Salavat Fidai

Colossal July 4 2015

Just Stunning Jewellery


Simply stunning jewellery from Romilly Saumarez Smith



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Visit the website for a more comprehensive view of the work

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Exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre

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Manhattan Birds

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Beauty and light

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Guardian 26/10/15

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Johnny Weeks - Guardian 23/10/2015

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The official website

Numbers & Words

Numbers & Words

First the words.
Destined
to inflame and incite
prejudice and deny.


“ a swarm of people.”

“marauding” migrants pose
a threat to our very existence.

Uttered by the great and good.

Prime Minister
Foreign Secretary

Great and Good?

But now the numbers that bear no relation to the words.
Where is the labour party stating the obvious?
Obviously quiet.
They just can’t be trusted on immigration.
Or is it they just can’t articulate a human response
that will resound on a deeper level with the British Public.
Is it just not possible?


185, 000 first time asylum seekers in the EU
in the first quarter of the 2015.
Half are Kosovars, Syrians and Afghans.
You can understand why.
Only 4% of those applied to the UK.





It’s not migrants who are the marauders and plunderers

Seumas Milne Guardian - 12/08/2015

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150 Men and 1 woman

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150 men kill one woman in Afghanistan.
A brutal tale.
How can any man do this?
Group of men is even worse.

The Hen Harrier

Between 1837 and 1840 on the Glengarry estate in Inverness-shire, gamekeepers’ tally books show them to have killed 63 hen harriers, 63 goshawks, 98 peregrines, 27 white-tailed sea eagles, 15 golden eagles, 18 ospreys, six gyrfalcons, 11 hobbies, 275 kites, 285 buzzards, 462 kestrels, 78 merlins and 35 horned owls, as well as 198 wildcats, 246 pine martens and hundreds of assorted other mustelids and corvids.

Hen Harrier Poems by Colin Simms

reviewed in the Guardian by
Robert Macfarlane 08/08/15



http://henharrierday.org/

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/104441

Yet the Grouse Shooting Lobby would like to see a return to this situation except many of those species didn’t survive into the twentieth century in the UK and have actually had to be reintroduced.
One particular lobbying organisation


You forgot the birds

YFTB

has this on the front page of it’s website all backed up by Sir Ian Botham.



Miles King’s - A new nature blog has this and more to say about the person behind YFTB
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The Human Art Show

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The Human Art Show

Charlotte Webster - Guardian 29/07/10


ATM - Street Art on Tumblr

ATM street art on Facebook

Human Nature Show

Europe’s biggest environmental street art

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Jonesy in the City

Louis Masai



ITS NOT THE VOTES

IT’S
NOT
THE
VOTES.

IT’S
THE
VOTING SYSTEM
WHAT
WON
IT!


The Imperial Measures
System
of
votes
and
seats

36.9 % voted Conservative
63.1% didn’t vote for them
Only 66.1% voted
Thus the Government
represent
25%
or
thereabouts
of the electorate
But He says
He represents the British People!

11,334,576 votes = 331 seats
9,347,304 votes = 232 seats
6.4% Difference in vote = 100 seats
3,881,099 votes = 1 seat
2,415,862 votes = 8 seats
1,454,862 votes = 56 seats
1,157,613 votes = 1 seat
184,260 = 8 seats
176,232 votes = 4 seats

This
a bit at odds with
12 Inches = 1 Ft
3 Ft = 1Yard
22 Yards = 1 Chain
10 Chains = 1 Furlong
8 Furlongs = 1 Mile
3 Miles = 1 League

Something gone awry.
It’s just not cricket!

IT’S
NOT
THE
VOTES

IT”S
THE
VOTING SYSTEM
WHAT
WON
IT!




BBC News - Election Results
Imperial Units
The Economist - Disproportional Representation

A conscience?

Michael Rosen asked this week.

How the hell did they get away with it?

Will Hutton
reminds us how very little has changed
and how
we have been sold down the river
by various business leaders

many of whom appeared in
that
business leader’s letter
encouraging us to vote Tory

But
a glimmer
The Banking Standards Board
it’s job to promote
“high standards of behaviour and competence”

perhaps

and another

unite

Maybe?