Monthly Archives: October 2010

Saturday, 30th October, 2010.

Keeping Contact It pays to get to know who is representing you and where.   We in Wales have more opportunity than in some parts of the United Kingdom to meet our Assembly Member and our Wasteminster MP. We should do … Continue reading

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Saturday, 23rd October, 2010.

It’s Only Wales      Y’know, I could use that heading for almost every piece I write almost every week.   As Mother England views our land as a mere county of her country, we get some foul treatment from Wasteminster.   And … Continue reading

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Saturday, 16th October, 2010.

Progress At Last . . . Er . . .?      Here we go, here we go, here we go!   At last, after decades of being held up by more traffic lights than you can shake a stick at, we’re … Continue reading

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Saturday, 9th October, 2010.

Majoring In Flab      “They’re getting fatter and fatter,” observed Ianto.      “Oh, good,” I said.   “What are?”      “Them students,” he answered, using an interesting adjective before the noun ‘students’.      Ianto lives quite near to a branch of … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd October, 2010.

What Comes First?      I trust everyone whose heart is full of Welsh pride will have condemned Monmouthshire Council for refusing to fly the flag of our nation.   Instead, merely that thing which we now must call “The Union Flag” … Continue reading

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