Interesting, informative and funny items.
By Bernie Kennedy: Elspeth stood up after choir practice the other night to announce it would be her birthday shortly and she would like to invite everyone to come on a walk and sing around Sefton Park in two Sunday’s time. So, I did. I made a good start on the way as a kingfisher
By Geoff Davies. Originally publised HERE There was no big revelation, just a train of thought. Nearly a quarter of the Great Barrier Reef is dead, and there has been no discernible political response. Global temperature is rising off the chart, only glancingly noted in the torrent of chatter. The decades-long trend of ever-more perverse
So, Donald Trump is now President of the United States of America, and its Commander-in-Chief. In his inaugural speech, Trump made no reference to his party, Congress, or any other means by which he expects to accomplish the sweeping change he promised. Instead, he once again promised that he personally will deliver a national restoration:
By Jeff Goulding – originally publised here: This week Jeremy Corbyn stood at the dispatch box and accused the Prime Minister of being in denial over the state of the NHS. Her response was to trot out the usual diversions and weak gags that have typified her premiership. However, when confronted with a quote from
By Natasha Adams: As President Trump is sworn in, thousands of people are protesting by dropping banners all over the world to spread the message that we need to build bridges, not walls. Below I share a little about my experience of taking part and the breadth of the action, reflecting on why it has