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Perpetuum Mobile

When I lived in London, I rented a room at the East End Mission in Commercial Road. I could get to the London College of Furniture at the other end of that very long street in London’s East End on … Continue reading

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Casino Brexit

There are speculations about next week’s votes in Parliament. Here is a text I found on a Facebook group. Reported Developments The Financial Times and other outlets are reporting: (1) The vote on the Withdrawal Bill next Tuesday will almost … Continue reading

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The Moral High Road

A few days ago, I watched Nuremberg (2000) on YouTube. The whole film is available for you to watch online or download. From 1 hour 32 minutes to 1 hour 50 minutes, there is a dramatic cross examination of Hermann … Continue reading

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Simplifying Things…

It is Gaudete Sunday (3rd of Advent) and O Sapientia in the Use of Sarum. I am feeling very worn down by the comings and going of the efforts of Mrs Theresa May to save her “deal” with a Parliament … Continue reading

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The Possessed

Not having written anything political since the third of this month, I have to say that the last couple of days have shaken me to the core. Two heads of state, for totally different reasons, are at the point of … Continue reading

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I fell asleep and had a dream….

Actually I read this Independent article – Voting down the Brexit deal could lead to the Queen forming a new government of Remainers – here’s how The idea is that if Mrs May’s deal gets voted down in Parliament, the … Continue reading

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Revolution?

I have just found this piece on Facebook written by an Orthodox priest: These last few years the country has been is something of turmoil, what with exiting the EU, the Church of England turning itself upside down, the Labour … Continue reading

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