Who Won the Week (11 July 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week posts, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.

I posted once on this story, so it feels appropriate to post again, to give international readers a sense of closure.

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Who Won the Week (27 June 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.

Did any of you guys ever hear of a chap called Dominic Cummings?

Okay, this one is a no-brainer if you’re in the UK, but I’m guessing our internal politics is of little interest if you’re not.

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Who Won the Week (13 June 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.

No winner this week, I’m afraid, but I did come across a story I wished to share. It’s about a survey released Thursday by one of the education agencies here in the UK.

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Who Won the Week (6 June 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.

I’m going to take you back more than thirty years this week. Start there, anyhow. To Yorkshire, in the UK. A soccer event at a stadium called Hillsborough in Sheffield. This story begins in 1989, in the days before everybody sat down at soccer games. So, there were large areas of the stadium where people stood up to watch the match.

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Who Won the Week (30 May 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.


Poor old Shell. Only a few weeks ago I reported about how their London HQ had been targetted, yet how a jury ruled that the miscreants had been justified.

And now they’re in the news again.

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Who Won the Week (23 May 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.


I did a very long post last time, so I’ll make up for it this week.

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Who Won the Week (16 May 2021)

In response to Fandango’s Who Won the Week post, I have been looking at my own newsfeeds.


I’ll warn you, this is quite a long post, but maybe you’d like to ponder the rights and wrongs of this situation?

Last Tuesday, an inquest into an event called the Ballymurphy Massacre, which occurred during The Troubles of Northern Ireland, found that none of the victims had done anything which would have justified their shooting.

It doesn’t sound much, does it? Innocent? But these victims, who were all civilians, were hitherto dismissed as Irish Republican Army (IRA) gunmen. So to their families, it was a big deal, to have their names cleared.

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Letters to the Editor – 12 May 2021

Dear Sir,

Do they really think we didn’t notice that they started making them smaller?

Yours faithfully,

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