Monthly Archives: January 2018

Letter (and book) to Michael Gove MP – ‘In hope’

One of the first people to buy my new book offered to buy another if I sent it to Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Environment in the Westminster Parliament. This suggestion was also made independently by my daughters. I … Continue reading

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Heads up for Harriers: a good or bad initiative?

I listened at 0630 this (Saturday) morning to the first item on BBC Scotland radio Out of Doors in which Professor Des Thompson was interviewed by Euan McIlwraith on the Heads up for Harriers project. This project, initiated about four … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on wildlife crime and legislation for 2018

Well I wonder what difference 2018 will make to wildlife crime. I wouldn’t be surprised if we have a change of governing party at Westminster. Potentially this could make a big difference to making life more risky for wildlife criminals … Continue reading

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