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LangLit: Report to MP on Hansard

Hansard is the official report of what goes on in the Houses of Parliament (and any Parliamentary Committees. It describes itself as the “edited verbatim” account: “verbatim” means ‘in exactly the same words as were used originally’; “edited” means ‘prepared for publication by correcting, condensing or otherwise modifying it’. 175 more words

Language And Literature

True Family

If you’ve been away for a long time, this would not sound abstract. You imagine the warmth of ever-loving relatives juxtaposing it with the cold demeanour of the foreigners at your present location. 443 more words


Why Keith Vaz fell too far, but not all should.

Keith Vaz is clearly many things. Unquestioningly, a hypocrite, knee deep in duplicity and evasion. And now, because of these achingly obvious flaws, there are many things that he used to be, including a good chair of the Home Affairs Committee. 582 more words

AVMB Wisdom Diary goes on Radio Univers 105.7fm (Soul Serenade) 

In a world where even common sense is seemingly going into extinction, questions arise as to what will become of the already scarce wisdom of the wise.

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​The Bugle Call: Contemporary Hero

A voice cried out in the wilderness; prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his path.
Millennia past this voice went out and like others before him fulfilled the task of the ones sent by El, to show the lost the Way. 342 more words