Tag Archives: Easter

USS – thoughts from off the campus

The situation at USS is like a medieval siege, where both sides are at Parlez. The threat of violent action has not gone away, but the talking holds some hope of a resolution. Since the nuances of those talks are … Continue reading

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Easter Saturday – time for a little harrowing.

Easter breaks oddly this year. Having got itself into full on debating frenzy on Thursday , thoughts turn to the sombre events we commemorate on Good Friday. In the meantime, we wait. For pensions people, the wait is particularly potent … Continue reading

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What to do at Easter?

Easter’s here and while many of us will be well planned , some will have had plans fall through and some- well let’s just say “we’re fluid!”. If you’re fluid and are looking for something to do with yourself/your family … Continue reading

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Working for the clampdown?

“what are we going to do now?” Joe Strummer asked in 1979. Are we still working for the Clampdown? Continue reading

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