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Water? Drought?

I look with amazement at the news of drought conditions in Britain.  A vast desert spreading before me with sand piling up against the Houses of Parliament.  The Thames run dry, people with buckets scraping at muddy holes to survive until the World … Continue reading

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Missing In Action

I wonder why Nick Clegg was not in Brussels with his pal Dave, it would have solved all the problems that now face the Government. The Liberal Democrats actually give Dave an excuse for refusing the advances of those foreign devils, they … Continue reading

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The End Is Nigh!

Will the 99% bring down capitalism? Protests on Wall Street and across America highlight the inequalities of life in a materialistic and financially centred society.  Millionaires are common place, whilst Billionaires abound in this new world of the super rich. Protesters in London only … Continue reading

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Wag The Finger

Have you been watching Prime Ministers Question Time recently? I am somewhat disappointed in the performance of Ed Milliband. When he was a minister, he spoke with assurance and calmness, addressing the problem and comfortably formulating an answer. Since becoming leader … Continue reading

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“Official Secrets”

When I joined the Royal Air Force one of the first thing’s that was required was for me to sign the Official Secrets Act, everyone who works within the Governments has to sign it, so my question is this, do … Continue reading

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Way To Go!

Did you hear Lord Tebbit’s speech to the GMB union today? That wasn’t Lord Tebbit it was Vince Cable. Are you sure?  it sounded like Lord Tebbit, I thought Nick Clegg was going to put clear daylight between the two … Continue reading

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RNLI to the Fore!

After writing my little blog yesterday it got me thinking about what we owe these people. Cutting down small Coastguard Stations has been going on for years. The part timers, one man and his landrover, no one noticed, on one … Continue reading

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To Many Cops

Like a lot of people I have a fascination with American police forces and the legal system, watching television programmes from Cops to Judging Amy, C S I all over the place, Boston Legal, even Dexter with his own brand of justice, I grew … Continue reading

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Debt! Whose Debt?

Why is it that politicians and economists bang on about debt continuously, if you look at one country it’s the end of the world, at another it’s almost an irrelevance. Is debt so important and the level of debt as critical … Continue reading

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Battlefield Tours

A nice quiet saturday afternoon, what shall we do?  I know! Let’s start a war.  What a good idea. We have visited Mesopotamia, in the first world war, I think it is called Iraq now. Twice we have travelled through that … Continue reading

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