Here’s the real reason the Tories are allowing the destruction of robin eggs and nests

I felt this needed to be reblogged. If you know anyone in the UK, or live there, you really need to read this story. Devious, deceitful, greedy.

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the Tories!)

I must admit to having been more than a little puzzled at first as to why Natural England are proposing that nests and eggs of bird species such as robins and starlings will be allowed to be destroyed without the granting of special licences.

This would mean members of the public would be allowed to destroy any nests or eggs they came across – more or less at will.

Natural England’s consultation paper on the subject doesn’t shed much light on the reasons for these quite shocking proposals either – other than stating that these birds can present a “public health and safety” hazard.

There is no explanation of what exactly the public health and safety hazards of robins’ and starlings’ eggs are.

However, after a little investigation into the murky waters of party donations all has now become clear.

Last year government ministers chose Andrew Sells…

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One thought on “Here’s the real reason the Tories are allowing the destruction of robin eggs and nests

  1. where are the children of these politicians…
    I know so many adults that have stopped smoking or gone greener all from pressure of the kids..

    how do the kids feel when their parents are destroying nature over whatever frivolous BS from oil to land for parking…

    seems there is little social conscience anymore

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