Monthly Archives: June 2016

Saturday, 25th June, 2016

Afterthoughts      Like people, I became fed up of all the hype, half-truths and speculation leading up to Thursday’s vote.   The confusion in most people’s minds was great.      Then, with a predictably close verdict, the United Kingdom chose to … Continue reading

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Saturday, 18th June, 2016

Speaking Welsh      I listen to the radio a lot.   And – he said, shame-faced – not always to Radio Wales or Radio Cymru.      When being a traitor, I try to avoid news broadcasts so that I can enjoy … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th June, 2016

Prior Warning      If you use the M4 at all, especially at night, be warned that the Brynglas tunnels at Newport are going to be closed all night until – hopefully – early next year! Yes, it’s going to cause … Continue reading

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Saturday, 4th June, 2016

The Arguments      The argy-bargy over the Stay or Leave issue bangs on.   I find the rhetoric irritating.   And so, I suspect, does most of the electorate.      Many people I know are confused as to which way to vote.   … Continue reading

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