Monthly Archives: November 2014

The law is impotent but men use sex as their law enforcement

I was researching the 19th century history of the Indian province of Uttar Pradesh for a factual story I am writing, and as ever, Google drew my attention elsewhere: the news story of a gigantic solar PV farm planned for … Continue reading

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Women of World War One. A provocative and hauntingly real account as seen through the eyes of the ‘weaker sex’.

‘Women of World War One’ performed by Musicians South West CIC and Trio Paradis at the Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis. A powerful performance. Women and war: doesn’t have quite the same familiarity to it as ‘men and war’ given that it is … Continue reading

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As the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month dawns, I say thank you on Armistice Day

I don’t know anyone who has died during a conflict; during my childhood I met some who had survived World War II and they had incredible stories to tell, and I know someone who served in the Falklands and is … Continue reading

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I’m following a tree for Loose and Leafy @LucyCorrander #treefollowing Part 9

There’s not a great deal that has happened to my apple sapling since Part 8, mainly due to the rather unusual weather we have had during October. With n’er a sign of frost on the grass or that beautiful dusting … Continue reading

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