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Funny story: Ken Clarke clarifies his position on Oilseed Rape

Ken Clarke clarifies his position on Oilseed Rape

Justice Secretary and Lord chancellor Kenneth (Ken) Clarke has issued a full and frank apology in attempt to clarify his position on Oilseed Rape. Mr Clarke was forced into the embarrassing climb-down because of comments he made on Radio 4's 'Far...

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Funny story: National Trust Needs Virtual Food Producers

National Trust Needs Virtual Food Producers

The National Trust wants to persuade 10,000 consumers to become "virtual farmers." The organisation wants them to run a 1,200-acre site via the internet in a bid to teach families more about where their food comes from. It has turned over Wimpo...

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Funny story: Opera Comes to Essex

Opera Comes to Essex

An Essex landowner has built an opera house in the middle of the countryside that will showcase some of the great operattas and classical works this summer. Christopher Stewart-Smith has converted a barn into an amphitheatre that should prove a magnet for orchestras from all over the globe. Some of the works that will be featured this year include : The Garage of Figaro The Tractor o...

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Funny story: Irish farmer announces "Robot Chicken"

Irish farmer announces "Robot Chicken"

Continuing the pioneering work of legendary turkey farmer extraordinaire Bernard Matthews, Irish chicken breeder Patrick O'Feckit has come up with an ingenious scheme which may answer the ever-increasing demand for chicken. For many years he has...

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Funny story: MP Resigns Over "Rape Seed" Remark

MP Resigns Over "Rape Seed" Remark

Independent MP Frank Thomson has resigned from the Land and Agriculture Sub Committee after being overheard "dissing" rape seed production in the United Kingdom. Rape seed is one of the most popular crop in the country and is used in the productio...

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Funny story: Agricultural Colleges Changing With The Times

Agricultural Colleges Changing With The Times

British agricultural colleges were today accused of failing to teach the basics of farming. 'They've become centres of excellence in the teaching of many skills and crafts,' said the Government Chief Inspector of Colleges, 'but the management of c...

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