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Date: Monday 26th September 2016
GIVEN the option of following an elderly driver at a steady 40mph or having a large lorry virtually parked in my boot, driven by a big hairy bloke on his mobile phone, you can probably guess which one of these two scenarios I would plump for.
Date: Tuesday 19th July 2016
FIRST an apology to my readers. Although I struggled for a good hour with the summary, still not ploughing a quarter of the way through it, I hereby confess to having failed to read the Chilcot Report in full, all 2.6 million words of it.
Date: Monday 27th June 2016
THERE are 650 parliamentary constituencies, each sending one MP to the Commons. We always get the bad stories. The expenses fiddlers, the times when sleazy morals make headline news in the Sunday papers and events like the depressing referendum campaign.
Date: Monday 20th June 2016
ELEVEN years ago, had the result of a planning inquiry gone the other way, the fells between the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Park close to the M6 might well have been plastered with dozens of huge wind turbines, destroying the beauty and tranquility of those hills all in the cause of a green energy folly.