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Monthly Archives: March 2020
Coronavirus diary: the Virus that did a no-deal Brexit on our food supply
It seems inconceivable that it was only a year ago (tomorrow) when the UK was due to crash out of the EU under a no deal Brexit. Thankfully that crisis was averted. Leading up to that momentous non-event, I wrote … Continue reading
Posted in Brexit, coronavirus, Food, food security Tagged coronavirus, food supply, no deal brexit, rationing 15 Comments
Coronavirus diary: Libertarians, Pandemics and Populism
I had a bit of a cough yesterday. My wife and younger daughter had been ill the previous week with a typical winter bug. Was I fighting it off, or was it the beginnings of the dreaded coronavirus-19? Many thoughts … Continue reading
Posted in coronavirus, Dominic Cummings, populism Tagged coronavirus, Dominic Cummings, libertarians, populism, Tufton Street 11 Comments
Coronavirus: an education paused.
My dad’s been on my mind. It’s coming up to ten years ago when he died, after a long and valiant fight against Leukaemia. His consultant was talking about a miracle, they’d never known someone of his age recover from … Continue reading
Posted in covid-19, education Tagged coronavirus, education 4 Comments
The Coronavirus Spring
I’ve held off writing anything about the Coronavirus crisis until now. This is partly down to having other stuff to do, and partly because things are moving so fast at the moment, it’s hard to see beyond the latest headline. … Continue reading
Posted in coronavirus, covid-19 Tagged coronavirus, covid-19 2 Comments