Well the past couple of weeks has brought many changes. We have seen the transition of leadership in the US finally go ahead, without too much drama, positive Vaccine progress in the UK and riots in Holland of all places. Meanwhile, we are all still in a state of ‘lockdown’ which is extremely tedious and
Well 2021 has certainly arrived with a bang! Over in the United States we received reports of armed protestors apparently being encouraged by their President. In India we hear about huge swathes of the Himalayas being taken by China through surprise military force. And here we are, all locked up for our terrible behaviour in
Well here we are at the end of what has been a brutal year for all of us. Everyone has faced their own individual struggles, sadness, worries and anxiety. We started 2020 in optimistic mode. The years of hung parliament were finally at an end, an ‘oven ready’ Brexit deal was on the menu and
Well, the US Election went about as badly as we could have thought. At the point of writing this article, there is no clear winner for the White House. Any hopes of an outright Biden win are now looking unlikely as he needed a clear majority in the Senate to win control of that house.
Well here we are again my fellow Welsh cousins, locked up for our own good and hoping this virus will leave us alone. In fairness, a two week ‘firebreak’ doesn’t seem to bad, and we are nearly half way already. However, as with the media information bombardment in the last lockdown, it is hard to
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