Monthly Archives: July 2014

St James’s Day – a potpourri….

St James Day 25th June 2014 St James is not only the patron of Spain the St James in question is the Great. He was martyred in 44 AD by Herod Antipas as described in the Acts of the Apostles. … Continue reading

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Has Lovvie Labour already Lost?

Has Labour already Lost I understand EM gives quite important speech later this week. It will mark the beginning of the pre-election campaign which will climax – if that is a suitable word to employ in relation to Ed Miliband’s … Continue reading

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Manifest Destiny Reshuffles in the shadow of Bastille Day

The cuckold’s Horns or those of a Dilemma? Political parties are like gay bachelors – always looking for a partner who will take their promises as good and smile when they break them. In most of the Western democracies the … Continue reading

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