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Well Its Like This……

“Well its like this your honour. There I was minding my own business, fast asleep when this here Jason Watson turned up and hauled me off to China to see how he helped the East India Company to sell opium to … Continue reading

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Good Intentions and Broomsticks

I Should Have Known Good intentions are fickle!  You get them and if you are lucky they come off, but lately mine have taken a look at what I intend to do and bugged off quicker than a witch on … Continue reading

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Torylaboursaurus Fossil Found

Through out history in every age there is a creature that arises and affects all it touches and then its time is past. Today is the time of the Mammals who haven’t been around for a great length of time on … Continue reading

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Referendum, But whose?

I am not a supporter of Jeremy Corbyn too much of a pacifist for my liking, however he is playing the EU referendum very well. Criticised by the  Tory press for not supporting the Prime Minister’s efforts to stay inside … Continue reading

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HUMAN RIGHTS

  Judges at the Courts of Human Rights can be dangerous people. Their rulings affect not only those persons asking for a decision on behalf of murders, rapists, terrorists and those who incite their actions, but also those that are … Continue reading

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A Time Of Freedom

Today we live in a time of unparalleled prosperity, with more people working across the globe. Not everyone can be a doctor or scientist or run a multinational company, and  yes there are far too many people working for fast food … Continue reading

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R.N.L.I. To The Rescue?

I was watching “The Paper Review” on Sky news the other morning when a particular comment caught my attention.  A Mr Nichole was remarking upon the exploits of two imbeciles who glued together some plastic insulation then carved a boat shape … Continue reading

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The Majesty of Nature

Last night as dusk descended I sat outside in the garden watching as the stars gradually appeared.  One by one tiny pin pricks of light made an appearance into the gathering gloom, and as the horizon of hills and mountains … Continue reading

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DEMOCRACY???

It’s a funny old world, what is it they say? “one man’s meat is another man’s poison”. Just imagine you are a sophisticated lady from Boston or Desmoines, living the high life and enjoying the benefits that a democratic country … Continue reading

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For The Future Budget

As usual last week the Chancellor of the Exchequer presented his budget to Parliament, setting out how this Government plans to spend our money which it has collected in taxation. Year after year in good times and bad, the money disappears … Continue reading

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