May 31, 2014

Naked Gardening in the UK: It's a Thing

Corinne Purtill, Global Post

The Associated Press

With flowers in bloom and the sun gently sparkling on the River Avon on a recent Sunday afternoon, Abbey House Gardens looked like nothing so much as the Garden of Eden — mostly because everyone there was naked.

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May 29, 2014
Ed Miliband on the British Campaign Trail
Jim Waterson, BuzzFeed
Miliband, wearing a red tie and with his BlackBerry on the table, says his favourite news website is RealClearPolitics, an American site that aggregates political news stories, where he keeps up with what he sees as a new global... more ››
May 29, 2014
Britain Is Full of Anger and Must Change
Allister Heath, Daily Telegraph
We need a political party that helps deprived areas, builds more houses, takes the question of the UK's role in Europe seriously and shakes up Parliament. more ››
May 29, 2014
Cameron Must Match EU Words with Action
Nigel Farage, The Telegraph
Out of the ashes of his third place in the European elections, a new and stoutly Eurosceptic David Cameron appears to have emerged. The European Union must stop interfering so much in our national life, he says. He has branded it... more ››
May 30, 2014
UKIP Here to Stay, and Cameron Is Panicking
Douglas Murray, Spectator
The British public have made the connection between the EU and mass immigration. They do not like the latter and they blame it on the former. For years polls have continued to show that the vast majority of the British public... more ››
May 30, 2014
The Party's Over for Nick Clegg's Lib Dems
John McTernan, The Scotsman
Nick Clegg will indeed survive this crisis. But what price his survival – if only to next May – when he is risking the very existence of his own party. One of the many revelations contained within In It Together,... more ››