Monthly Archives: August 2015

Saturday, 29th August, 2015

A Battle Of Wills      There’s a tree in Newtown, Powys.   It’s five-hundred years old.   And there’s a famous bottleneck in the town for the traffic which passes through there.      So, to solve the bottleneck problem, fifty-six million quid … Continue reading

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Saturday, 22nd August, 2015

A Demand For Truth           A Welsh peer has had a go at the slowness of the publication of the report into Tony Blair’s Iraqi war.           Lord Morris of Aberavon reminded us all that there are still families … Continue reading

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Saturday, 15th August, 2015.

An Apology       Several friends/readers have told me that BBC Radio Three, no less, apologised to Wales for ignoring us.      Apparently, weather forecasts on the station give likely temperature for the capital cities of the nations which make up … Continue reading

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Saturday, 8th August, 2015.

Technical difficulties prevented me from posting my column last week.   Those difficulties reminded me of something:  as so much info is kept online these days, and without any physical back-up, wonder what would happen is there was a local or … Continue reading

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