Monthly Archives: November 2009

Saturday, 28th November, 2009.

Out Of Touch      It strikes me, over and over again, that those who work in offices are constantly at odds with those who are “at the coal-face”.   I suppose those four walls and comfy surroundings tend to make office-wallahs … Continue reading

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Saturday, 21st November, 2009.

Are We Thick?      It seems that Westminster government – and, for all I know, The Queen of England – believes that the people of Wales are too twp to be able to run their own affairs.      If we … Continue reading

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Saturday, 14th November, 2009.

On The Edge      Following my comments last week on the “trailer-park ghettoes” along the North Wales coast, another peculiar item came my way this week concerning immigration into Wales.      Those “ghettoes”, you’ll recall, are full of the self-unemployed … Continue reading

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Saturday, 7th November, 2009.

Forgotten Heroes?      This week saw an oft-forgot anniversary, one on which we should remember with pride the work of our Welsh people.      I asked a few people – right here in Wales – if they knew what we … Continue reading

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