Monthly Archives: December 2013

Saturday, 28th December, 2013.

“It’s Only Wales”           That seems to be the attitude of Mother England, and even in organisations which label themselves “UK”. BBC Radio 4 UK is one such.   It broadcasts to the whole of these Isles and all round the … Continue reading

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Saturday, 21st December, 2013.

The Cost Of Job Retention           If you’re in work, do you get a great big bonus for simply staying in your job?   Seems that our Guardians of the Law do. £150,000 was handed out to Dyfed-Powys senior police officers … Continue reading

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Saturday, 14th December, 2013.

Wales Predominant      Wales made UK news a few days ago – when it was revealed that our land had the longest waiting times for admissions to A. & E. Departments. We were told that people rushed to hospital in … Continue reading

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Saturday, 7th December, 2013

A Brief Reminder      It would be crass of me to start ranting about Welsh politics and the oddities of my chosen land when the passing of a great man is foremost in our minds. Nelson Mandela struggled to have … Continue reading

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