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Strong Women and Social Ideas

Navy First Having had time to think about what I write and why, I suppose I write about strong women because the time I set the stories in needed them.  The wives of naval officers often had to fend for … Continue reading

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Too Big To Save??

  When I left the R.A.F., in 1970 we lived in Wootton Bassett just outside of Swindon, there was plenty of work around so no problems, but then the government decided to close the railway yards.  This meant that because … Continue reading

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How Many Crooks Steal My Books????

Now here´s a funny story, no, no it isn´t!  I write stories because I enjoy it, I certainly don´t make lots of money at it, it´s probably cost me more than I have earned.  Unfortunately there isn´t some great organisation … Continue reading

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Pass The Buck!

The last four years have seen a political stand point based on Passing The Buck!! The Coalition Government, when faced with questions regarding the manner in which their policies were not working, responded with “it’s all the fault of the Labour … Continue reading

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More Questions Than Answers

Question! Is there correlation between low interest rate economies and low inflation or even into deflation? The one economy that seems to scream out this factor is the Japanese. They have a debt to GDP ratio of Two Hundred per … Continue reading

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Join Ed Millibands Fight

Ed Milliband has hit the ‘nail’.  However wittily and amusing Mr Hislop seems when describing ‘Red Ed’ or how crass and bombastic the Daily Mail gets regarding his parentage he has hit that nail. The personal insults thrown at him … Continue reading

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The Bile of Politics

I was born into a working class conservative family in Clem Attlee’s constituency Walthamstow east. We knew our place in society, not exactly Alf Garnett but many people in those days had similar views and attitudes but life was changing. I … Continue reading

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