In it he mentioned (about the British Countryside)
SOURCE: A post on this page: http://www.democracyforum.co.uk/libe...te-lpuk-5.htmlI said nothing about condoning anything, and I said nothing about not caring about the countryside. I said that if you care about the countryside as it is, buy it and leave it as it is. If consumers prefer apples to organges, spending on apples will be higher than on organges, meaning that there will be more money to be made supplying apples than oranges, meaning suppliers of fruit will try to supply more apples than oranges. Likewise, if consumers prefer \"pastures green\" to housing estates, spending on pastures green will be greater than on housing states, so suppliers of land will try to supply more pastures green than housing estates.
So I presume so.
It was the leadership who took the website down, not Simon - Visit YourBNP for the proof.
Richard is one of these silly free marketeer in extremis types who is devoted to it as a monk is to his god.
The trouble is these free market theories sound all very clever on paper but do not work in the real world where so many factors are operating that intefere with its predicted smooth running.
I dont think wildlife demands enter into the markets calculations somehow.