The comments made by the Maltese Prime Minister, yesterday, displayed a worrying trait which the UK will no doubt have to deal with. He implied that whatever deal was brokered after Brexit, it must be inferior to the arrangements already in...read more >>/font>
Your recent letters concerning predictive text errors brought back memories of a text I had sent to my son one hot August day last year. The sun was on the screen and I had not got my glasses on! I thought I had written, "Dad and I...read more >>/font>
How wonderful to read the advertisement in the Register on Saturday 14th January 2017 requesting parents/grandparents for a family of four to enrich their lives - it is said that one can choose one's friends but not one's relatives...read more >>/font>
My husband remarked to me today how often the papers mention Theresa May's outfits, how they do/do not suit her, how much each item cost and which store it came from! Do we ever get the following comments i.e. David Cameron wore a...read more >>/font>
I wish this story I tell you is not true. Sadly, it is true. Using a semantic contrivance called COD ( Contracted out deduction ), once a weekly pension figure is quoted to the OAP by the DWP, out of nowhere, out of the blue,...read more >>/font>
I understand that six of the world's richest individuals own as much wealth as half the world's population's poorest individuals. So half the world's population own practically nothing. If one redistributes the wealth from the six,...read more >>/font>
Following the Prime Ministers' excellent speech setting out her Brexit strategy, we have had the usual responses from the likes of Tim Herron. He and others ask for a 2nd referendum.
By my mathematics it would be a third referendum....read more >>/font>
The Prime Minister was photographed wearing what was described as a Vivienne Westwood suit; it could also be described as the tartan of the Black Watch, the motto of which is "Nemo me impune lacessit".
This translates liberally as...read more >>/font>
Olivia Rudgard (17 Jan 2017) presents an highly imbalanced report. She has neglected that we pay 12.5% tax, and so do our employers, to support National Insurance. Furthermore, the government has up to 45 years or more to benefit...read more >>/font>
In response to Rosemary Webster's letter of 16/1/17.
The writer suggests avoiding wastage of pre-packaged vegetables by shopping at a local green grocer.
Where are they'
Here in Norwich we have a City Centre market but...read more >>/font>
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