Monthly Archives: June 2011

Saturday, 25th June, 2011.

He Found Us!      Ed Milliband is paying a State Visit (or whatever his progress is called) to Wales this very day.   He will visit Wrexham. He seems to be owning up to the fact that it took about a … Continue reading

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Saturday, 18th June, 2011.

A Celtic Connection      For those of you who are familiar with the works of James Joyce (no, neither am I), the old saying which he created was in the news this week. Our Celtic cousins have been saying for … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th June, 2011.

A Troublesome Priest      The Welshman who is top-man in the Church of England set a cat among the pigeons this week. Rowan Williams (why do I keep calling him “Rowan Atkinson”?) expressed his opinions on the policies of the … Continue reading

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Saturday, 4th June, 2011.

A Record Spring      What did the news that Wales has had its driest Spring for many moons actually mean to our land? Well, it may – perhaps – boost our holiday trade a little, though it was a bit … Continue reading

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