Showing posts from 2019

Walker Brothers: Make It Easy On Yourself

Americans Moving To Canada

Trump Cleared of Conspiring With Russia By Mueller

Thought for the Day CMLXXXIV

The Beatles: In My Life

Yellow Vest Protests Week 19

The Last Days of Theresa May's Premiership

Thought for the Day CMLXXXIII

Aimee Mann: Nobody Does It Better

How The Latest Polls Translate Into Parliamentary seats

The People's Vote March

Northern Lights and Ireland

The 3rd Attempt To Put May's Deal Through Parliament Might Not Happen

Thought for the Day CMLXXXII

Schubert Ensemble: Trout Quintet Fourth Movement

Mueller To Shortly File His Report

Theresa May Urges MP's To Back Her Deal. Again!

North Korea Quits Liason Office With South Korea

Thought for the Day CMLXXXI

Bishop's Stortford College: Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach)

Trump Has A Go About McCain. Again!

Brexit And The Awful Leaders Of The Two Main Political Parties

Cyclone Idai. More Must Be Done

Thought for the Day CMLXXX

Starbuck: Moonlight Feels Right

Jeremy Corbyn and Standing Down

Trump Jr, John Bolton, and Brexit

Theresa May and Extensions

Jacinda Ardern and Racism

Thought for the Day CMLXXIX

London Symphony Orchestra: Bach Cello Suite No 3. Movement 6

The New Large German Bank

The Bercow Manouvere

Top Canadian Civil Servant Resigns Over Controversy

La Scala Opera House Returns Saudi Money

Tram Shooting Suspect in Netherlands Arrested

Thought for the Day CMLXXVIII

ABBA: Voulez-Vous

Congenital Heart Defects. Something We Need To Be More Aware Of

Paul Sweeney and Political Cleansing

Mike Stege. Canadian Naval Ship Killer

Gillibrand Formally Launches Presidential Bid. Biden Almost So

New Zealand and Gun Law Reforms

Thought for the Day CMLXXVII

Theme From Bulitt

Another Yellow Vest Protest in Paris. Yet More Violence!

May's Deal Might Well Rest With the DUP

Thought for the Day CMLXXVI

Nick Boles and Local Political Parties

May's Deal, The DUP, and the Backstop

Thought for the Day CMLXXV

Queen: All God's People

May To Try And Put Her Deal Through For Third Time

Sir Vince Cable To Quit As Lib Dem Leader

The New Zealand Mosque Shootings

Thought for the Day CMLXXIV

Simon and Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water

What The Results of the Next General Election Might Be

Beto O'Rouke Throws His Hat Into 2020 Presidential Ring

MP's Have No Choice Now But To Vote On Delaying Leaving The EU

Thought for the Day CMLXXIII

Alice Cooper: Elected

How Long Will Theresa May Last As Prime Minister?

Thought for the Day CMLXXII

Lynsey de Paul: Storm in a Teacup

The US, Germany, and Huawei

Labour Moderates Fighting for Political Survival

MP's To Vote On May's Deal

Thought for the Day CMLXXI

London Symphony Orchestra: Elegy by Elgar

Is The Canadian Economy About To Suffer?

Thought for the Day CMLXX

Christopher Cross: Sailing

Is Roy Jenkins Still A Heavily Influential Figure In UK Politics?

Turning Point for French Yellow Vests?

Ilhan Omar and Israel

Thought for the Day CMLXIX

The West-Eastern Divan Orchestra: Ravel's Bolero

Karen Bradley and Her Continual Gaffes

Labour and the Equalities and Human Rights Commission

Finnish Government Resigns

North Korea Prepares For Rocket Launch

Thought for the Day CMLXVIII

New Century Chamber Orchestra: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

Could a Brexit Compromise Go Through?

Jewish Labour Movement Vote To Stay With Labour. For Now

Thought for the Day CMLXVII

The Beatles: In My Life

Independent Group In Talks To Form Political Party

Thought for the Day CMLXVI

English Chamber Orchestra: Mozart's 21st Piano Concerto, 2nd Movement

Germany and Orban

Hodge Vs Corbyn and Political Realingment