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Monthly Archives: December 2019
This will be my last blog of 2019 as I intend to take a bit of a break from social media. But we’ll see how well that works out! I’m not going to go into any great depth about the … Continue reading
While supporters of the Corbyn Project continue to search their souls for reasons why Labour now has the smallest number of MPs since before universal suffrage, I thought I would commemorate a small but significant anniversary – it’s 70 years … Continue reading
Remember waking up to the shock of the Referendum result in 2016? Today feels very different. Yes the Conservatives have won 363 (with 2 yet to declare), by taking seats off Labour in their traditional heartlands. They have a reasonable … Continue reading
It seems, finally, that this election campaign has come to life, despite all the Tories’ best efforts to keep it in the deep freeze – ok I’ll stop with the horror tropes now. Maybe (heheh). It started with the most … Continue reading
The week begins – a week where, it would not be too melodramatic to suggest, the future of the UK could head in such stupendously different directions depending on the outcome of the election on Thursday, that it would end … Continue reading