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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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Any One Got A Fag?

Did your Grandfather ever tell you about the twenties, George? Yes glorious times, hunger marches, rickets, polio, strange fellows marching about in flat caps and boots, and! we had managed to kill off quite a lot in the first war, … Continue reading

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NEW JOBS FOR OLD

Yesterday in parliament the Government voted to sell off the Post Office, in to foreign hands will go another British institution, but how will it affect you, if you live in a major town probably very little but out in the rural parts … Continue reading

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