Monthly Archives: June 2016

Referendum reflections

‘We can’t decide how to vote, me and my friends,’ said a woman in Durham last Tuesday. ‘We’re going to toss a coin.’ The most important decision about Britain’s future in decades, to be decided by the toss of a … Continue reading

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Not so very long ago…

I had a shock yesterday. Circumstances have forced me to tidy my study (well, when the heating engineer needs to run pipes under your built-in desk unit, that has to be a sign doesn’t it?). In a long-forgotten corner, I … Continue reading

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