This blog is on the move, and its continuation can be found at : Lengthening Shades where I hope we shall continue our acquaintance for some time yet . . . WordPress and plugins up to date on 6 January 2018.
Note the date on the front cover of this House of Commons Library publication . . . Elise Uberoi of the House of Commons Library evidently prepared this document and it was published on 3rd June 2015 – over a year before the great EU Referendum fiasco. The paper was actually prepared as a… Read More »
It has puzzled me for some time that we are constantly told that “Leave won” (“suck it up”), that the “Nation” voted for “Out”, that there was a majority in favour of non-EU membership, that we have heard the “voice of the people”. Yet it is plain to see that of those who voted, some… Read More »
Not many posts these days – too busy Tweeting . . . as chingford_lad. Se you . . .
Jude Kirton-Darling is a Labour MEP for the North East. She has a knack of digging out relevant stuff that you will never see in the main stream media, and then putting in language I can understand. This is a post of hers from Facebook which I have shamelessly copied, and which she asked us… Read More »
Hello, Gregory. I see you’ve left the tennis club ? Yup. Got fed up with them all. Oh ! They seem a pretty decent crowd to me. What ? Everything decided by the gents in the bar. Committee totally ignored and not even elected anyway ! Totally undemocratic. I’ve been complaining about it for years.… Read More »
One of the great lies much circulated before the recent EU Referendum was that we were governed by a bunch of unelected bureaucrats. The statement in itself was not at all clear as it seemed to assume that the bureaucrats – presumably the European Commission – and the elected ones – the European Parliament -were… Read More »
A sea mist hung about over the fields this morning until gone 11.00 am, and it never really cleared all day. We had an odd sort of day really. We set off in the mist (sea fret off the North Sea I think) to find our way to the House of Dun by Montrose. This… Read More »
Off to Glamis today, but scarcely had we got going when the sat nav (Tom Tom Start 60) began to play up. I have no idea what was wrong with it, but I suspect that for some reason it was not picking up the GPS signal. We abandoned the sat nav, and worked our way… Read More »