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Monday 16 January 2017
by Wulf
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Will Say

Something that has started to irk me on news broadcasts in recent months is reporting about what a politician will say in Parliament or some other meeting later that day. Precognition? Pre-prepared statements more like. Has this only recently¬†been the … Continue reading

Wednesday 9 November 2016
by Wulf
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24 June

I remember what it felt like waking up to the radio on 24 June this year, hearing that Britain had voted by a small majority to leave the European Union. That went against predictions of a narrow victory for remain¬†and … Continue reading

Tuesday 11 October 2016
by Wulf
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The Will of the People

On recent radio reporting about the Brexit debate, David Davies has been insisting that Parliament won’t get a chance to debate what position Britain takes once we press the Article 50 button next spring. From a report in yesterday’s issue … Continue reading

Tuesday 27 September 2016
by Wulf
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Who Is Going To Pay?

I listened to the reports of last night’s US Presidential Election debate. I’ve only heard edited highlights but it sounds like Clinton came out on top. Of course, that is filtered not only through the bias of Radio 4 but … Continue reading