Monthly Archives: April 2014

Saturday, 26th April, 2014.

Recognition For Fellow Celts      Many moons ago, Mr. Cameron said he respected the right for groups of people to run their own affairs.   His stance on Scotland doing just that seems to contrast with that statement. However, our fellow … Continue reading

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Saturday, 19th April, 2014.

Out Of Copyright?!      I heard a startling – and disturbing – item on radio as I went about my business this week. There was a great tradition here in Wales of quilt-making.   We used our home-grown wool, our own … Continue reading

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Saturday, 12th April, 2014.

Quotable Quotes      Who said that Offa’s Dyke “has become the line between life and death”? Sounds like some Prophet of Doom, doesn’t it?   Maybe it was.   For that was said, among other things, by David Cameron, the Prime Minister … Continue reading

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Saturday, 5th April, 2014.

Changes In High Places?      A Minister in the Wasteminster government has been accused of not being very helpful in an investigation into her expense claims.   It must be pointed out, though, that she did spend half-a-minute apologising to “The … Continue reading

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