EXCLUSIVE: Cornwall Council considers how to keep on top of information about “contaminated land,” including a former chemical weapons factory

Posted By on 4th November 2019

By Anne North Five “special sites” within the former top secret chemical weapons factory at Portreath are still on a register of contaminated land, according to a report to Cornwall…

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      • Interestingly, by entering ‘Nancekuke’ into YouTube I can view both parts of your video on the subject plus one other from AP. SME not shown in list of videos available on Nancekuke. Curiouser and curiouser.

  1. Clicking on the video accompanying the article you get this:

    ‘Video unavailable
    This video contains content from SME, who has blocked it in your country on copyright grounds.’

    Blocked in my country? Even Cornwall? Is there something we’re not being told? Time for Cornwall Reports to investigate.

    • The video is hosted by YouTube and is playing OK in St Mabyn! I’ve not heard of any objections from Sony Music Entertainment before. Anyone else having problems?

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