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  • Oh sorry goldsworthy's time building links with local businesses in cornwall will be a real asset.

    LibDem Spokeswoman Commits to Spending £15 Billion

  • Anonymous said ... surely the reason why bills in cornwall are so high is because of the length of coastline, and while cornish people might be the closest beneficiaries, that coast is there for all of us to enjoy ... in fact, all in all, the coast is quite a useful part of the country. anyway, my point is that it seems quite sensible there should be some subsidy. and i live in london and have never lived in cornwall, by the way; -

    The Taxing Miss Julia Goldsworthy

  • In the 19th century a ship from Africa was wrecked in cornwall.

    Questioning Climate Concensus

  • Labels: patricia cornwall, personal, peter ackroyd posted by bibliobibuli at 4: 47 AM

    In the Footsteps of the Ripper

  • If they had brought in north and south welsh assemblies, cornwall,then 2 or 3 in scotland on regional lines then they probrably would have been accepted in England.

    Two classes of MP?

  • But Dale and the former hapless tory candidate from cornwall are quite happy to have a go at anybody else.

    Giving Out Secret Sources: Dale as Bad as Fawkes?

  • French buns and patisserie came be a bit too sickly, recipes like cornwall saffron cake and far more subtle and complex.

    Bath Buns

  • Thank you! of your life cornwall woodland fantasies for cars plastic wine pourer apnts number of livestrong bracelets womens slouch boot bicycles sparkly prom dress what do mood rings mean fisher prise immersion blender whisk hooded armstrong 82 flute

    The Girls, The Collectors, and The Life

  • Try leaving the 'country' of cornwall and get yourself up to London.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • This means that people living in cornwall are being subjected to more radiation than anyone working or living near a nuclear site.

    Greenpeace UK - Comments


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