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Billy Evans, 80, who owns Field Farm Fisheries, near Bicester, Oxfordshire, has become embroiled in a discrimination row over the controversial sign.Rado Papiewski, 35, a Polish angler from Doncaster, South Yorkshire, said he was dismayed when other anglers pointed it out to him earlier this year.
It charges anglers £10 per person to fish in the lake and describes itself as 'picturesque, tranquil and an idyllic setting'.We recommend that all our users opt for the Flash-version of the chat (currently in use). To become a premium (GOLD) member for life and unlock this feature, all you have to do is buy any amount of tokens one time!Teen is your premier destination for the hottest teen porn cams on the internet.How could I say to him, 'You can't fish here because your dad was born in Poland?''This disturbing sign should have never been displayed as it clearly discriminates against people from Poland and other eastern European countries.'Speaking to The Guardian, he added: 'It made many fellow law-abiding migrant anglers and me very upset and angry.'Quite simply – we want the sign removed and to show that discriminatory signs like this one have no place in the angling community of Great Britain.'In 2013 a great-grandfather who blamed carp-eating migrants for the loss of stock from his fishery in the village of Napton-on-Hill, in Warwickshire, erected signs reading 'No Eastern Europeans' - but was ordered to take them down by police.Tory high command has also privately abandoned Mr Cameron’s pre-election mantra ‘vote blue, go green’.
‘It’s vote blue, get real, now – and woe betide anyone who doesn’t get the memo,’ the source said.'This is a part of it,' he replied.
I know I'm right and I'm doing the right thing.'It comes after Mr Papiewski approached human rights watchdog the Equality and Human Rights Commission, which also failed to have the sign taken down.
He said: 'When I first saw it I thought of my ten-year-old son who loves angling.
'We have got the world's first green investment bank, we have got great support for our green technology industries.
We have got the first nuclear power station since 1995.
British freshwater rod fishing byelaws are strict about fish being returned to the waters they come from to avoid stocks being depleted.