What's your "slightly more revealing quarantine song" (although marginally less likely to tell the world your birth date): the highest placed song you've recently listened to in the charts of the week of your 12th birthday? Mine: "You should be dancing" by the Bee Gees...
If only my great-great-grandfather, Thomas Benfield Harbottle, had lived until the advent of quizzing. He'd have rocked. Seriously bonkers facts in his 1903 "Dictionary of Historical Allusions" gutenberg.org/files/57864/57…
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Just over two years ago, I posted a couple of blog-posts about QR codes – the 2-d bar-codes that can be read by some mobile phones, and got some rather robust feedback on one where I expressed some scepticism about …
It seems a long time ago now, but on the day that the coalition was announced, Mark Easton reported on the views of activists from Winchester on News at Ten. Here’s the report…
On Friday, we found out that we had won 6 out of 7 seats in the new Winchester constituency.
Across the new constituency, the Lib Dem team got 48% of the vote. The Conservative vote slumped to 38%. Labour collapsed …
We’re all stunned by the great results of the elections last Thursday:
More votes and more seats in the Winchester District and the new Winchester constituency than the Tories
Highest Lib Dem share of the vote in Winchester district or county elections …
Following the Lib Dem by-election victories in Wickham, Whitchurch, Romsey and Baughurst, another great result in Copnor, Portsmouth earlier this evening with a 28.5% swing from Conservative to Lib Dem.
Liberal Democrats (Andy Fraser)
Swing from Con to LD
A very …