EU Referendum: Murky Times

No polemic yay or nay that image elementally says it all for me. No, this is a not-so-quick glimpse at the extraordinary state Britain finds itself in mid-2016. Doesn’t Eurovision seem a long time ago? I know, everyone’s thinking about that today. And still people are clamoring for a Referendum rendition of Sweden’s Love Love Peace... Continue Reading →

How was your Trafalgar Day?

A semi-sequel to Journey to the End of the World, where that region helped inspire victorious tactics in Britain’s most famous sea battle. It’s been a fine year to study Napoleonic warfare, in between moaning that the UK has insufficient public holidays.  Another Trafalgar Day over. And it’s still not a public holiday. Slightly overshadowed... Continue Reading →

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