Terror Inc. UK

Martin McGuiness is dead. Public opinion, like Ireland, is divided. To some he’s a hero and to others a war criminal. It’s all about perspective, I guess. The one thing these opinions all have in common is a lack of...

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Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday is a fashionable thing these days. So let’s go back to early August 2010 at the Xochimilco flower market. The little fella in the photo was not one of my turtles. He was, however, auditioning for a...

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Highclere

The quality of 360 degree photos shot from mobile phones is improving all the time. It is still tough to produce an entirely seamless end product without any fractured horizons. But sometimes they come out just right. And most of...

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I, Citizen

People who think it’s a great idea to chat or text while driving should be forced to watch video footage from Accident and Emergency rooms as bloodied and dying victims from road accidents are brought in. Parents who...

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Brexit’s Litmus Test

I am not quite as far to the left as Owen Jones and don’t agree with everything he says. But he does make some compelling arguments. Renationalising the railways is one, and it’s not a particularly controversial...

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Trump Buys Hitler Phone

More than seventy years ago, Hitler sent out orders from the Fuhrerbunker to exterminate the Jews, to wage war on the Allies and to eliminate his opponents at home. All from his own personal telephone. At the end of the war, the...

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The Brink of Brexit

The triggering of Article 50, the mechanism for the UK ‘s departure from the EU, is impending. If things go to plan, or at least to the Tory plan, the document will be signed, sealed and delivered to Brussels within 6...

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