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The pikies are back in business

There are advantages to having dogs. Going out early in the morning or in the late evening before the bin truck has been means that we see things people have thrown out. 500 more words

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Hunting, shooting and fishing

Yesterday was World Vegan Day. Not that I knew about it until I read about it on someone else’s blog who has vegan aspirations, eats no dairy but does eat fish. 981 more words

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Bittersweet

National Day – 10 September – came and went.

No we didn’t dress up and parade/limp up and down Main Street. In fact I don’t think I went out at all. 882 more words

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Brexit. It's real

And there we have it.

The sheep didn’t follow blindly after all.

Stephen Crabb, the work and pensions secretary, (what work, what pension?) has said the government failed to get its message across to the white working class. 1,063 more words

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Conspiracies …

What’s not to love about conspiracies?

And conspiracy theories?

And It couldn’t happen here?

Lying, controlling governments?

When I got the chance to read a story about an investigative blogger, would-be journalist, trying to expose an organisation imposing a draconian regime for public safety, how could I resist? 1,034 more words

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Sumer is icumen in

‘You’ve got an allergy to the garden,’ he pronounced.

I wasn’t impressed.

‘What, after 14 years?’

‘Yes. Allergies come on suddenly, especially in old age.’ 896 more words

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In or out?

Forty-one years ago my partner cast his first vote. As with many people his age, it was in the UK’s first referendum about the Common Market. 1,124 more words

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