Monthly Archives: May 2017

Misdirection and Diversion

Recently friends, my attention has been drawn to a particular tactic that has been employed by certain individuals during this election campaign, a campaign that the Tories seem to be treating as a foregone conclusion, the whole thing is becoming … Continue reading

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Point Scoring in Parliamentary Speak

Manchester, a city with one of the strongest multi-cultural communities in this wonderful country of ours, is, of course, trying to come to terms with the barbaric and devastating attack that occurred last week, the victims, not the perpetrator, deserve … Continue reading

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The Leaders Berate

Hello friends, welcome to the latest in a long line of entries about the snap General Election, though in a change from your usual broadcast, I will focus the majority of this note on the Scottish focus, for at the … Continue reading

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Hunt the Blue Rosettes

Foxhunting is back in fashion again, or at least that is what Theresa May believes, her latest suggestion, to have a free vote on a subject that she is in favour of bringing back from the illegal wasteland of banned sports, … Continue reading

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Divide and Conkers (Words are words)

Recently, well, over the past few years, politics has become increasingly harsh, rather more so than even the most learned analyst would be willing to concede, this is something that only those who view the world from a impartial standpoint will … Continue reading

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Politics, The ZZZ Factor

This should make rather simple but fun reading for you, dear reader, I wished to take a moment during the campaigning and ‘promises’ that were made, along with some less than statesmanlike behaviour from our Prime Minister (see attached article … Continue reading

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