Monday Memories – Back in the Real World, Pt.#1

I knew that my days there were numbered and began searching the situations vacant pages of the Yorkshire Post and Daily Telegraph for suitable jobs. Continue reading Monday Memories – Back in the Real World, Pt.#1

A Provocative Cartoon

British blogger Clive tells it the way it is, prompted by a cartoon in, of all places, The Times. Like me, Clive is of an older generation (I think he is a few yearss younger than me) utterly perplexed, not only by the result of last year’s referendum, but by the general perception that it was people of our generation who swung it in favour of leave. The only explanation I’m able to come up with for that is that we have had 40 years of being bombarded by fake news about the EU from the right wing media. I … Continue reading A Provocative Cartoon

Saturday Sound-off: Weak, Unstable and Disunited

May has spent most of her tenure as Prime Minister trying to put off a decision about how to approach the negotiations. She apparently made her decision to call the election whilst climbing a mountain in Wales. She still has a much more important mountain to climb. The election has not made that climb any easier for her. Continue reading Saturday Sound-off: Weak, Unstable and Disunited