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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Category Archives: Europe
Both sides are over-reacting massively here. The Brexiteers are reacting to a (perhaps deliberate?) misunderstanding of the EU letter. Some Remainers are compounding the misdirection by implying that Howard is saying we’ll invade.
Unsurprisingly I’ve voted in.
The EU is flawed, but a system for countries and peoples to work together collaboratively and democratically to solve common problems is better than the alternative.
The economic risk of Brexit is very real. We hear a lot …
As promised elsewhere, I will answer any questions received on this blog in public (unless the questioner specifically asks for a private answer).
The Winchester Whisperer asks:
What about the LD abstention on the vote last night. If you’d been the MP …