Tag Archives: The Guardian

We Love Tesco . . .

Poor old Tesco is in the wars at the moment and, according to the Guardian, which never says anything nice about them, can do nothing right.  We however keep on shopping there and have no complaints.  I think it might be true that there are less customers about, but then I usually go there at… Read More »

What a world we live in . . .

The following appears on Change.org : “We the family of Cherry Groce the innocent mother who was shot and paralysed by the police in 1985. The shooting sparked the Brixton riots. To this day no one has been held responsible for what happened to her. Independent reports state that the events in 1985 were a… Read More »

A very nice man . . .

Reading my Kindle edition of the Guardian today, up came the obituary notice for Ian Sparks, who was the Chief Executive of the Children’s Society during the time (1990 – 1998) in which I was employed by them initially as a “Deputation Secretary” a job title considered outmoded soon after I joined.  This sent me… Read More »