Monthly Archives: July 2018

A hard Brexit – maybe a wise choice!

The article below from The Times expresses really well yet another ridiculous ruling from Brussels.  Can it be right that the UK be subject to these insane Luddite rulings that will set back European agriculture for decades?  If the UK … Continue reading

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Mandela and me – a retrospective

Mandela and Me to celebrate the 100years since Mandela’s birth. I stood in the buffet queue, excited that soon we would meet the great President Nelson Mandela. It was a meeting of the World Economic Forum in Cape Town, South … Continue reading

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The Thai cave rescue.

If you have scuba dived probably on holiday in clear blue water, or even done a bit of caving in your youth, you may just have an inkling of how horrendously difficult and dangerous this rescue attempt is. Firstly the … Continue reading

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