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One last thing

I finally have the time to blog! It’s been a while since my last post, but that’s dental school for you.  A lot has happened since my previous entry and I could write on and on about everything, but I want to use this post to talk about another matter dear to my heart. 777 more words

July 2013

FEB 10 : 41/365

Sometimes, flying feels too godlike to be attained by man. Sometimes, the world from above seems too beautiful, too wonderful, too distant for human eyes to see.

– Charles Lindbergh


Andy Burnham on The Smiths: That Betrayal In Full

Minor turbulence in my corner of the internet at the weekend when I reported that Andy Burnham, shadow health secretary, Manchester MP and confessed former Morrissey muppet, said that  1,311 more words

July 2013

Why Tesco Should Run Schools

This article of mine, from The Independent on Sunday, 26 October 2008, seems to have been washed away from the Google-indexed part of the internet by the ceaseless waves of entropy, so I re-post it here, in the light of today’s report in  1,078 more words

Public Service Reform

How Journalism Works, pt 506

The Mail and the Telegraph say that Alastair Campbell is spelt Alistair. 138 more words

July 2013

Blair in History

Some good questions were asked at the launch of the new edition of my biography of Tony Blair at the Mile End Group last night. 860 more words

Tony Blair