In an excellent article in the Guardian on 29th of March Karen McVeigh talked about the damage to people’s lives in Syria from the fall out of British Foreign Aid cuts from 0.7% To 0.5% GDP.
This week we have possibly the most difficult subject to approach, the murder of a lovely young woman full of life and promise by a sexual predator.
“In 1953 HeLa cells were the first human cells to be successfully cloned.”
It isn’t news that politicians try to avoid responsibility, perhaps what has changed is their expectation that once caught out they will find that they have to respond to the consequences of their actions.
A boy leaves Glasgow and moves to Linicro on the Isle of Skye.
“Bert of course is not his name I have changed it to protect the ….innocent? No that isn’t the right word but I probably can’t use the one I want to in this publication of taste and moderation . “
“Today an invisible elastic band snapped”
“The “Eagle” was a popular pub on London’s City road and it was from there it is suggested that a dance called “ Pop goes the Weasel “ emerged in the 18th Century.”
“My friend is undergoing her second period of quarantine in 4 months.”
“Something that recent Presidential Politics has seen has also been replicated within UK right wing leadership. A redefinition of what the word “ Truth “ means . “