Monthly Archives: June 2010

Saturday, 26th June, 2010.

“When It Hurts, It’s Doing You Good.”      Well, I think that’s the motto of a famous English “public” school.   And we all know that the “public” school system produces many fine inhabitants of the Palace of Westminster.      It … Continue reading

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Saturday, 19th June, 2010.

The Voice Of Our Youth      It was so good to hear the voice of Craig Wilson on my radio this week.      He is the youngest Mayor in Britain, and his patch is Whitland, down there in Pembrokeshire.   Craig … Continue reading

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Saturday, 12th June, 2010.

Who’s Bothered?      A survey out this week has revealed that the people of Wales are more sceptical of the information concerning Climate Change than anywhere else in Britain.     That is a sad reflection (though only 250 of our people … Continue reading

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Saturday, 5th June, 2010.

Going Without The Flow      I had the interesting experience of driving through Newtown, Powys, last weekend.   I know it was Bank Holiday and that lots of visitors would be heading West through our land.   They come mainly from the … Continue reading

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