Tag Archives: Armistice Day

Let us see an end to all wars

As National Leaders from across the Western World and beyond gather to mark the near end of the first World War on this day 100 years ago, and reflect on the wars fought since, they have a duty to go … Continue reading

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The end of the Beginning, perhaps?

The following is my weekly column published this morning in the Argus Newspaper: Last week in Parliament had all of the hall marks of the End of the Beginning of our efforts or perhaps their efforts to leave the European … Continue reading

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Two minutes – for all

As the clock strikes 11am, in my mind the two minutes, a mere 0.1% of today, or 0.01% of this week, let alone the minute proportion of this year are dedicated to those who fell after facing the firing squad just as … Continue reading

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Those that go down to the sea …

The search for a yachtsmen off the Sussex coast last night, sparked by an empty yacht which drifted into Brighton Marina has resumed again this morning. It is an activity which is affecting the family of the yachtsman and his or … Continue reading

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Lets change what we can

This morning as we reflect on the end of the War to end all Wars where Millions of men lost their lives irrespective of their class 99 years ago, one of the key discussions on the Radio was social mobility. This was provoked … Continue reading

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