BY BEN PENSANT As a died-in-the-wool regressive it’s not often I have anything good to say about the filth. When they’re not harassing the black community or choking drug-dealers to death, they’re pepper-spraying peaceful protesters. To be frank, until recently I was quite content for PM Corbyn to abolish the police altogether and introduce voluntary ‘community peacekeepers’, an idea floated by socialist demigod Dan Arel, … Continue reading Peeping Social Media Police
BY SB JONES Churches and bell-ringing go together like love and marriage. It’s not as easy as it looks, nor is it as difficult as you might imagine – let me explain… The church where I ring is All Saints, a large church dating back, in its present design, to the Reign of Charles II. This is the era of its rebuilding after the Great … Continue reading Quintessentially English: Bell-Ringing
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN Red-pilling Corbynites is not that complex a sport – far fewer parameters than fly-fishing and certainly less taxing than golf. Just sidestep those lost cultist zombies who require professional deradicalisation by Prevent (or, my preferred therapy, a few months in one of Chavez’ socialist barrios in Caracas, from which they will emerge, I assure you, Friedmanite). Best hone in on targets with grey … Continue reading Conservatives are Fools?
Ingredients: 1 Chicken Breast 2 rashers of bacon 1 tbsp Barbeque sauce 15- 20g of cheese Instructions: Cook the chicken breast by whichever method preferred Cook the bacon slightly less than you would have it Once cooked, place the chicken on the grill pan then add a small amount of bbq sauce, top with bacon, then add the rest of the bbq sauce Finally, … Continue reading Simple Hunter’s Chicken
BY JOHN ISMAEL Corbyn’s Labour’s abject failures of recent weeks have exposed their true colours: anti-Semitic, America/Britain-hating, dismissive of all military action (making redundant the UK’s military and nuclear deterrent) and scarily incapable of saying anything bad about Russia. Their stances on both the Skripal poisoning and Syria attack are risible. Time-travel this rabble back to 1940 and they’d be lined up against a wall … Continue reading Takes One To Know One
Ingredients: 1 watermelon, medium, chopped, total weight 450g once prepped 1 lemon, large, juiced 75ml of Prosecco Rosemary syrup 2 sprigs of rosemary, large 100ml of water 100g of caster sugar Instructions: To begin, make the simple rosemary syrup. Add the sugar, water and rosemary to a medium saucepan and place over a low heat. Allow the sugar to slowly dissolve in the … Continue reading Watermelon & Prosecco Sorbet
VICAR Dear Readers of Country Squire Magazine, I trust that You and Your families are well and healthy. I wish You all a peaceful Sunday and a great week ahead. I am told by the Editors that there are increasing numbers of farmers writing in who are fed up with the weather and its effects. Some desperate farmers are worried after losing sheep in Storm … Continue reading A Prayer For Farmers
BY BEN EAGLE As a nation we pride ourselves in aspiring to produce food that is of high quality and we hold animal welfare standards in similarly high regard. Post Brexit all the rhetoric coming out of Defra at the moment suggests that Brand Britannia Farming will be focused as much as possible on producing high welfare, high quality food that has minimal impact on … Continue reading Do You Trust The Tractor?
BY DEBORAH JANE NICHOLAS #1 Don’t be swayed by pretty names and good looks My first horse was a 14.2 hh strawberry roan mare called Princess. 8 year old girls in particular will immediately want to own a pony that is strawberry roan, and called Princess. The child’s parents may also assume such a beautiful pony with an angelic, virtuous name would be appropriate for … Continue reading Horse Buying Guide Part I