Monthly Archives: January 2015

Saturday, 31st January, 2015.

As January Slips Away . . .      . . . what does it leave behind? Well, there was the remembering of the life of a one-time Home Secretary who died a few decades ago.   Nowhere did I see it … Continue reading

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Saturday, 24th January, 2015.

Places And Communities      I hear that Pembroke Council is closing five schools.   Yes, they’ll be “replaced” by two new ones.   And that looks as if it isn’t too bad. But think on:  those five schools have, over the years, … Continue reading

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Saturday, 17th January, 2015.

Always Topical      When in doubt, you’ll find that writers – professional and otherwise – turn to the weather for a topic. So I make no apologies for doing so.   Especially with the sudden lump of Winter which has descended … Continue reading

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Saturday, 10th January, 2015.

More Sense From Leanne http://www.partyofwales.org/news/2015/01/06/make-the-welsh-economy-matter-in-may-leanne-wood/?force=1 And Yet . . .      . . . not all politicians care about those they represent. Here in Wales, more and more people are struggling to pay their rent and keep pace with the … Continue reading

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Saturday, 3rd January, 2015.

The Higher Cost Of Working      The cost of rail fares in Wales has gone up by two-and-a-half percent.   Or, if you flip a coin, by 10p., whichever is the greater. That means that many, many of The People of … Continue reading

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