Monthly Archives: August 2019

#Unchecked launches. The need for Regulation and Enforcement.

A new campaign launches today  – called Unchecked. The premise is that Regulation (yes with a capital R) is a Good Thing  – for people, communities, the environment, the climate, society. And while Regulations (ie the rule book) are vital, … Continue reading

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The world in 2130 – a short story by Jane Wilkinson

Continuing the series of fiction contributions, this one is from Jane Wilkinson (@bikerjaney) Not sure if you know, Miles, but I have a time machine. I travelled to 2130 last week and it was a surprising place. The climate had … Continue reading

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The Web – a short story by Vicki Hird

continuing in the same vein as my “Forest of Brexeat” story earlier this week, Vicki Hird has written this piece…   The web was both delicate and strong. And as large as a lake. Spreading out as a silk cloak … Continue reading

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The Forest of Brexeat – a short story

April was upon them and shelter was their goal. The sun beat down upon their heads, sweat pouring off them as the boy took a small swig of water from his grandfather’s water bottle. “Just small sips lad, we don’t … Continue reading

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