It is easy to go around making jokes and flippant comments. “We should get an Ark” or “The North is basically underwater” are just a couple that I have heard and made over the past few weeks. It is easy to make these comments and forget about the hundreds and thousands of people who’s lives… Continue reading Flood Prevention?
I was disappointed, though I have to say, sadly, not surprised by the result of the MP vote on Syria this week. Although I knew in my heart of hearts that there was no way it was going to end well, I guess there was still a part of me hoping that it would go… Continue reading Syria
Today the British Monarchy’s facebook page released new pictures of Princess Charlotte now that she is 6 months old. The time has flown by. I remember when she was due and I was constantly checking for updates and finally Charlotte was born. She was born on the birthday of one of my closest friends and… Continue reading Princess and Prince Cambridge
In the past few months it’s safe to say that anyone who is a member of labour or keeps up with politics has been interested by the development of the Labour Leadership Election. I joined Labour as a member just after the election when it hit me that the electoral system was corrupt and that… Continue reading Congrats Mr Corbyn