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Age of Innocents

As you get older one of the things that you loose is your sense of innocence and wonder.  Life burns into your heart and evaporates the child’s eye that we all are burnt with.  Now of course the ageing process … Continue reading

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Why I’ll vote to remain…but

When will this whole Tory induced nightmare end?  Certainly not at the end of the EU referendum.  Whatever happens there the collapse of the Tory party will continue at a pace as   Blue on Blue fighting eats out the … Continue reading

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So we vote to stay – then what – Thoughts on the EU Referendum No. 3

Before addressing the what if we vote to stay I thought it would be worth just thinking about the latest utterance from the one person who is playing the charade of an in out vote on membership of the EU for … Continue reading

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So we vote to leave – then what – Thoughts on the EU Referendum No. 2

So the sun is shinning, the birds are in full song – the UK has just voted to leave the EU and everything is well with the world.  Whether you believe that or not it may well be worth while … Continue reading

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The problem with No – Thoughts on the EU referendum No. 01

Has it only been one week?  Already I am totally bored with the whole nonsense of the EU referendum, a pointless political tactic to save David Cameron’s career by potentially wrecking many others.  What have we learnt so far?   … Continue reading

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There’s nothing left…all gone

As 2016 progresses I become more and more depressed over just about everything in public life.  In Britain we are facing a pointless referendum that could and possibly will plunge the political world into years of turmoil or just the Tory … Continue reading

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Richard Duke of Aquitaine, Poitiers, and Gascony, Count of Anjou

Richard is better known to history as Richard the Lionheart but in truth he probably felt more at home in Anjou or Aquitaine than he ever did as King of England.  It is a cheap trick I know  but it … Continue reading

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