Hello again This is very much written for those of you overseas who might have heard a few things via your media about a new party emerging in the UK and sweeping to victory in the European elections. Well, yes, but see more below. First, let’s back-track a bit. If
In this post I’ll continue to give you a day-by-day account of a week, which is not yet finished. A deeper analysis will come in another post – probably next year! Anyway, Lenin’s quote should now read: There are decades when nothing happens and hours when decades happen.” As things really
Or look at it this way. Having said for nearly two years that nothing is happening, Lenin’s quote is very apt, “There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.” The past week has been interesting and as for this week…… So again, like the last post
I’ve been struggling for a few weeks now with a piece for this blog. The writing workshop I went on before I started this blog taught me that when writing a column (which this is, kind of) if it isn’t written quickly then drop it. And that’s what I’m doing.
It’s some time since I’ve posted here and for those of you who’ve joined this blog recently, apologies. Life and events, dear readers. Anyway, here is an update on the exit of the British from the European Union. And before that a short note on my stance. I let out
Apologies, I’m a bit behind with these blog posts, but here’s a short blast on the results of the recent British General Election. Goodness. What an upset. The predictions were that Corbyn and the Labour party would be slaughtered with Theresa May increasing her majority by at least 52 with
Instead of the usual, nothing much to report, events in the UK are moving quite speedily in this fair land. Indeed, quite a lot has been happening. And, first of all, I want to say that regarding the tragedy in Manchester, I commend you to read George Monbiot’s recent article,
This is another situation report written as an overview for those of you who don’t get the detail on Brexit from their media that we do in the UK. And, just like the last post there has been a great deal of activity, with many accompanying articles in the press,
Whilst I was away in France I began a post, but by the time I got back it was well out-of-date as political events in the UK continue to move both slowly (our actual exit from the EU) and fairly fast (what people say about our exit). Before I get
And for my fortnightly look at UK politics, what do I have to report? You’d think it would be all about Labour – as they’re the ones constantly in the media. But the Tory party is sure to be having some fearsome fisticuffs right now. You absolutely bet it is.