Stonehenge Byway

I parked my camper between two thorn trees on the Drove, just passed the crossing where the old A344 used to run, and spent the night there. In the morning there was a frost, despite the lateness of the season, with a thin mist rising in the hollows as the sun began to warm theContinue reading “Stonehenge Byway”

What did I used to do before Facebook?

OK, I have a confession to make: I’m a Facebook addict. It’s true. I just can’t keep away from it. The trouble with Facebook is that it feels like you are doing something, even though you’re not. You’re always busy: checking your updates, sticking up posts, answering messages, replying to other people’s comments, engaging inContinue reading “What did I used to do before Facebook?”

Opposing Israel policies is not anti-Semitism

So there’s been this brouhaha in the media about whether Labour have an anti-Semitism problem or not. Meanwhile, as if by magic, a number of other important issues seem to have disappeared from the news. Take this as an example: on Monday the 25th of April, 4 days before Ken Livingstone’s clumsy intervention in theContinue reading “Opposing Israel policies is not anti-Semitism”

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