Monthly Archives: July 2016

All Our Tomorrows

      All our Tomorrows Time to take stock. Brexit  is one of the most significant moments of our recent history. There have been others. Not always so abrupt and decisive but just as important both practically and symbolically. … Continue reading

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Its Good to Talk

      Its Good To Talk There is  a moment. The  day’s work is done. You have a choice. Go home while you know  the wife is bathing the baby. Go to the corner bar  and join the guys … Continue reading

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I Love to Go Awandering

I love to go awandering. The Fulham supporter and I last Friday walked the moderate 10 miles from Henley along the Thames and over the Chiltern Way to Marlow. Two churches, two pubs, a river, a hill, a regatta and … Continue reading

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Tourism-Plan B

Tourism-Plan B Now that the pound is at all time low and we are about to be declared outcasts by the rest of the world, foreign travel is really out of the question. Those that dare to cross Channel will … Continue reading

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Bloody Frogs

Bloody Frogs A trip to Ramsgate on the Kent coast revealed some enormous people who no doubt staggered to the polling booth to vote Leave. Elsewhere there were the obligatory Polish delis catering for those who now listen for the  … Continue reading

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Don’t Want To Be Your Tiger

    Dont Want To Be Your Tiger Nixon and Elvis, such a good idea, but   a very disappointing  film. In l970 Elvis with  all his delusions rocks up to the White  House demanding to be appointed a special FBI … Continue reading

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Crisis what Crisis?

        Crisis,what crisis? Why let    the facts get in the way of a good  story? Is the mantra of all ( sensational) journalism. And while you are at it why let them get in the way of … Continue reading

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