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SEPTEMBER SONG

Thank God that’s out of the way – summer, I mean; mind you, it’s not as neat and concise as that; these seasons have a habit of overlapping. 919 more words

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THE CRONY CLUB

When Napoleon Bonaparte achieved what no self-made man in history had previously managed by usurping the old order and crowning himself Emperor of the French in 1804, he didn’t forget his family and friends now that he had ascended an unprecedented pinnacle. 795 more words

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NOTES FROM A LOUSY SUMMER

Rain didn’t stop play in the month that ended yesterday; July gave the nation its warmest spell of the year, even if the nation itself, like much of the world beyond Britannia’s borders, isn’t exactly basking in any sort of warm glow. 912 more words

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Boris Johnson: The Perfect Man for the Job

Boris Johnson may have lost a friend in David Cameron over his characteristically flip-floppy Leave campaign but he seems to have gained a job.

Last week he was controversially announced as Foreign Secretary of the UK by New Prime Minister Theresa May. 632 more words

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A LITTLE PERSPECTIVE

On days such as this, when one wakes up to yet another act of mass murder that can only inspire repetition of points made in the aftermath of the last – when was it? 938 more words

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