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The Revenge of the CyberNats - Why we don't Need IndyRef2

The reaction to my articles on why as a Yes voter I will be voting No if the Scottish government is foolish enough to call another Independence Referendum, has provided the proof of what I was saying.   3,086 more words

Politics

Assad Regime Assassinated an American Journalist, Lawsuit Alleges - Nidal Morrison, USA

The family of Marie Colvin, an American war reporter killed in Baba Amr, Syria, alleges that she was murdered by the Assad regime. According to a lawsuit filed on 9 July 2016, the Assad regime forces which were… 554 more words

North America

Elegy for Emma Tennant. With Bananas

Am I right in thinking that there were several attempts to revive Bananas (or something like it) throughout the 1980s?

Right up until fairly recently, there were those who believed fervently that exotic forms of flora could be encouraged to grow in the nexus formed by literature and counter-culture. 106 more words

The Sunday Times Breakup

This blog originated with the Sunday Times and my reading of it’s magazine a few weeks ago.  I was gratified to see their cover story was about “Millenials” and their struggle to find a solid footing in the adult world.   1,195 more words

Millennials

Charity Commission opens statutory inquiry into Support The Heroes – and appoints interim manager

  1. On 27 January 2017, regulator the Charity Commission announced that it has opened a statutory inquiry into charity Support The Heroes (STH; registered charity number: 1155853) and appointed an interim manager: …
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Military Charities

Writing on poverty, celebrating resilience: Katherine Boo on Behind the Beautiful Forevers

Let it keep, the moment when Katherine Boo found herself lying on the floor with a punctured lung and three broken ribs in a spreading pool of Diet Dr. 1,479 more words

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Philippa Gregory: “For so long, the history of the world has been the history of men.”

Philippa Gregory found Mary Boleyn when she was hunting for a female pirate. It was in a book about the Tudor navy that she discovered a ship named after Anne Boleyn’s sister. 1,316 more words

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