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Let's Face the Moosic, Penzance

Cows are shipped into Cornwall on trains and lorries, spend time on Cornish farms to qualify their milk for Cornish milk status, and are shipped back again to Devon, or Somerset, or wherever they’ve come from.

“It’s huge business for the Cornish Authority.”
“A cash cow, you could say,” Tristram contributed.

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Personal memoirs as an RAF Radio and Signals Operator during A posting to Christmas Island in the Pacific 1961-1962. By Charles Hall

When British servicemen were observing nuclear tests in the Pacific during the 1950s, the Prime Minister of the time, Sir Anthony Eden, was warned that they risked a lingering death from cancer. His response is reported to have been, 'A pity, but we cannot help it.'

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