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Cartoon for Today – 27/06/2017

June 27, 2017

Peter Brookes – The Times


An interesting view

June 26, 2017

From The Economist re BREXIT

Mr Hammond is a grown-up in a political playpen that is stuffed with children. The chief claimant to the throne, Boris Johnson, is the most childish of all. Bumptious and bungling, he wants to grab the shiniest prize for himself for no other reason than that it is shiny. Other claimants also have problems with maturity. David Davis, the Brexit secretary, is a vainglorious contrarian who has spent much of his career on the backbenches and who habitually underestimates the damage a bad Brexit might cause. Amber Rudd is a neophyte. Ruth Davidson, the woman who single-handedly revived Scottish Toryism, doesn’t have a Westminster seat. On the other side, Mr Corbyn is an extreme case of arrested development. He is a man-child leading an army of disgruntled youths, a professional protester who has reached his late 60s without ever having to make adult decisions about allocating limited resources, let alone creating them in the first place.

Cartoon for Today – 26/06/2017

June 26, 2017


Sunday Jazz

June 25, 2017

A collection of tunes from Louisiana

Bermuda – truly another world

June 25, 2017

Many years ago Adam lived and worked in this beautiful and historic location. He remembers the Royal Naval Dockyard (home to the America’s Cup Village) when the renovation and development was very much in it’s infancy.

Bermuda has been a self governing Crown Colony since 1620 and possesses many unique features.

This playlist comprises a number of videos about the island.

If you can take the time and visit this superb place – enjoy

A song for Theresa

June 25, 2017

This one seems so right:-

Sunday Classic Comedy (5)

June 25, 2017

Classic movie version of long running BBC radio comedy

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