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  1. I think they are trying to maintain the upper...

    I think they are trying to maintain the upper hand in the face of having to be seen to be doing something. They were very worried at the height of this dispute. I called them a couple of times,...
  2. Andy couldn't actually take a case against the...

    Andy couldn't actually take a case against the fishing club on the Dove. He is not the Attorney General although you'd be forgiven for believing he thinks he is. I like him. Good company in the pub. ...
  3. To be fair, each side is trying to empower their...

    To be fair, each side is trying to empower their people to either have enough confidence to go ahead and paddle, or stand on the bank and give a good representation of themselves. It's not very good...
  4. Llangollen Maelor Anglers / Midland Flyfishers v Povey

    A big case on the Public Right of Navvy has been settled and those fools at Angling Trust aren't wasting anytime in crowing about it. The daft bats are claiming QC advice will swing it once and for...
  5. The country is awash with rivers trusts.

    The country is awash with rivers trusts.
  6. The tax payer is not subsidising their sport at...

    The tax payer is not subsidising their sport at all. The EA have primary responsibilities to improve, protect and develop all inland waterways. The EA obtain all the income from the sale of rod...
  7. Thank you. The EA would only remove timber from...

    Thank you. The EA would only remove timber from main rivers if it caused property to be threatened during periods of flood. If not, its all large woody debris to them. Interesting subject.
  8. Diceys 2nd postulate; what law please and who...

    Diceys 2nd postulate; what law please and who enforces it?
  9. It wouldn't stop me if I was allowed to paddle...

    It wouldn't stop me if I was allowed to paddle there and as someone has already said, it is soon remedied with some croppers. It does raise an interesting question though. Why haven't more barriers...
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    Marsh-Smith is a ******.

    Marsh-Smith is a ******.
  11. You bunch of big girls blouses

    You bunch of big girls blouses
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    I can categorically state that beyond any doubt...

    I can categorically state that beyond any doubt the Derwent Fishery is not open to the public. This means that a licence is required to fish and to boat on the river. You we see the grounds security...
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    Hi dnarrad. Who's a clever boy! Do what you...

    Hi dnarrad.

    Who's a clever boy! Do what you want, when you want but be responsible for your own actions.
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    The legal test for reasonableness in negligence,...

    The legal test for reasonableness in negligence, adopted by the courts for all branches of reasonableness, is Blyth. It's all about back seats on omnibuses in SW4 and the agreement of 9 out of 10...
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    Have fun. Live and let live.

    Have fun. Live and let live.
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    The river runs from Ladybower to Borrowash. You...

    The river runs from Ladybower to Borrowash. You will upset everyone who uses this river, and did so BC (Before Caffyn), if you canoe in the fishing season, between May and July. They seem quite...
  17. After exhaustive research I can confirm that...

    After exhaustive research I can confirm that every instance of boating captured in the photographs here were carried out with the consent and permission of the riparian owners. SMflag
  18. HISTORIANS are studying an edition of the Magna...

    HISTORIANS are studying an edition of the Magna Carta that makes England French property from June. Found in council archives, it contains an additional paragraph that says France can have England in...
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    Aren't you lot bored to the back teeth yet, with...

    Aren't you lot bored to the back teeth yet, with all this?
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    and I'll be washin' me 'air that night...

    and I'll be washin' me 'air that night...
  21. Thread: Access Rights

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    Well, if you've no more questions I'll head off...

    Well, if you've no more questions I'll head off but I will be looking in from time to time to keep an eye on you all. There will always be a small minority who seem to be able to pick a fight with...
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    On the subject of agency, independant contractors...

    On the subject of agency, independant contractors whether they be painters, builders or fishery workers on the River Dove can not bind their Principal and any arrangements made with third parties are...
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    In the long run, no one will care. ...

    In the long run, no one will care.
    http://cluborlov.blogspot.co.uk/
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    Sounds like a land grab by the state. Riparian...

    Sounds like a land grab by the state. Riparian rights can be onerous, but there cannot be many instances of bed soil being anything but an easy gain. And what can 'satisfactory' mean? Sounds...
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    Don't you trust me anymore? Baby, baby, where did...

    Don't you trust me anymore? Baby, baby, where did our love go..?

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/enforcement-undertakings-accepted-by-the-environment-agency
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