Tag Archives: Leave

Sorry tales from the riverbank.

I am on the river at last and Lady Lucy is in good shape for her five day Henley escapade. I had thought that escaping to Hurley and the Thames to have put behind me the tension from the referendum, … Continue reading

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All change – UK votes to leave

I write at 6 am, at exactly the point when “vote leave won”. There will be many blogs written trying to make sense of the vote, this will not be one of them. I voted remain and at mid-day yesterday, … Continue reading

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Too saucy with the gods….the day of reckoning is upon us!

Note; this blog was written before I voted – I had a bad feeling then and nothing since has changed that feeling.   On the night Cassius and the conspirators are plotting to murder Caesar, thunder and lightning shake the … Continue reading

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Don’t tell me “this feels momentous”

Does this feel momentous to you? If we remain in the EU, as the bookies tell us we will, we will be ¬†where we were before this sad sorry saga began, with diminished credibility. If we leave, we will be … Continue reading

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The circular firing squad

As civil servants in the DWP enter their building in Westminster this morning , they’ll be walking into an atmosphere that makes the Thick of It look like Play School. A new Secretary of State, Stephen Crabb is in place. … Continue reading

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