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Five Hundred - A story of the Cornish language
Five Hundred - A story of the Cornish language from Marc Farràs Piera on Vimeo .

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Remember Malta


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Cornwall reported or Cornwall distorted? @cornwallreports
On the face of it Cornwall Reports seems to be a very interesting idea but if I have a doubt it's due to the principle name attached to the project. My concerns about Graham Smith have been spelt out elsewhere ( click here ), they don't need to be repeated ...

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A Charter for Cornwall
The Cornish countryside is disappearing at an alarming rate. Our landscapes are being degraded and urbanised and the character of our towns and villages is changing forever. Tranquility, the environment and our heritage are ruthlessly ignored. Our young peo...

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The Communist Manifesto now in Cornish
A Cornish language translation of the Communist Manifesto is to be
launched in Truro on Saturday 29 October. Translated by a Cornish
communist who uses the pen-name Penruth, the booklet will be launched at
a public meeting in the Railway Tavern, next to ...

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What you can do to say no to Devonwall!
MK members are at the very forefront of the campaign against the proposed Devonwall seat. In the last 24 hours, we have been featured on local radio and so-called “regional” television, as well as UK-wide newspapers.     Please join us in opposing the creat...

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The Cornish are stupid
An interesting read here from Daniel Evans researcher at the Wales Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD), Cardiff University: Wales and the Brexit vote: a case of turkeys voting for Christmas? : Democratic Audit UK Some thoughts afte...

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Although eastern and much of central Britain had been taken over by Germanic (ie, Anglo-Saxon) conquerors and settlers from what is now Germany and Denmark, much of the west of Britain (including Cornwall) remained under native British control. Read the res...

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And the dust starts to settle
The dust is finally settling on the events of 23rd June, and time for reflection is here. I would state now that these are my views alone. I voted to Remain in the EU. I am proud that I did that. I believed then and still believe now that the UK was better ...

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Cornwall 4 EU

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