A NEW scientific study claims to have proved that burning moorland for grouse-breeding contributes to floods which have devastated northern England writes Peter Lazenby.
But greedy landowners are continuing with the practice to safeguard their profits from grouse-shooting.
Saturday 29th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
PROTESTERS gathered in a Yorkshire Pennine town yesterday on the so-called “Glorious Twelfth” — the start of the grouse shooting season.
Moorland is regularly burned to make the moors more suitable for breeding grouse.But the burning destroys moss which is highly...
Saturday 13th Aug 2016