Trying not to think about what our politicians are up to but wonder if any of them focus anymore on the real politics of everyday – schools, crimes, NHS… We should feel our country is in a ‘safe pair of hands’ but often feels the opposite – more like they make things up as they […]Read More ‘That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history ‘ -Aldous Huxley
Vote Leave: Official Brexit campaign referred to police over breaches of electoral law “It has long been a (fundamental) of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important.” Arthur Conan Doyle – its also about this forgotten thing, called honestyRead More Remember those buses and money the campaigners ‘told us’ would go to NHS
“And humility in politics means accepting that one party doesn’t have all the answers; recognising that working in partnership is progress not treachery” Vince Cable Remember what is important – not the individual but the collective whole – individuals have their moment but come and go. For most of us, only the people that love […]Read More Stronger togethor
As a country – we have patiently waited – while the Tory Party replaced the elected leader – Mr Cameron with Mrs May and a Referendum based on – untruths – has set in motion a seperation from the rest of Europe and massive upheavel to everything we know and meant the next generation loose […]Read More Et tu, Brute?
The intensity of websites in UK and Europe asking you to sign up again to their Mailing List before May 25th – has become a frenzy. Its liberating to quietly slip away from some and a little sad to loose contact with others much like the way we choose to keep contact with some friends […]Read More Philosophical
Well done Netta “Taking to the stage Netta performed the song for a final time, in spectacular fashion and representing everything we love about Eurovision: diversity, inclusion, fun, and utter, utter madness. Little sad what happened during the UK entry – Suri must have been really frightened. Thou thought she looked more annoyed than frightened. […]Read More Graham Norton’s Eurovision best bits
The former chief of staff to Brexit Secretary David Davis has called Britain’s efforts to leave the EU a “catastrophe” and called on “sensible MPs” to admit it .. moreRead More Finally