Tag Archives: Brittany

The Police State unites at least Wales and Bretagne – if not UK and EU

Once again, life writes stranger stories than any fiction would invent: Maurice went to pick up some of his files that he had taken to France for safety. But: his house was squatted, the squatters had used his antique furniture … Continue reading

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Perhaps Individuals like Maurice will be recorded in the same light as explorers who did not believe the world was flat

This is a lovely letter by John Keenan in Cyprus that The Pilot published in July 2010. A year later, Maurice is still ‘kicking’, with a new hip and thus a clearer head, as no more morphine is required. But: … Continue reading

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Article about Flying Vet’s Court Case in Glamorgan Gem

It is strange that no newspaper would want to report on the fact that a British citizen feels compelled to ask for asylum in Brittany – probably for the first time since the French Revolution, after the Guernsey Press published … Continue reading

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