Monthly Archives: May 2011

The mad world of dating

Attempting to be a bit intellectual the other day I found myself watching Newsnight. Among all the usual political coverage they had a really interesting item on dating in China. Apparently women in China are becoming increasingly demanding of what they … Continue reading

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Chris Huhne – does it REALLY matter?

Chris Huhne seems to be the political (Lib-Dem) scapegoat of the week. I don’t know about you but I think the hoo-hah surrounding him is unnecessary. He was reported to police by an interfering Labour MP who was obviously doing … Continue reading

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The pressure of politics

A year ago this week David Cameron and Nick Clegg put political differences aside to unite for the good of the country and its financial well-being (apparently). In the run up to last year’s election the image of the party … Continue reading

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SUPER Injunction – the morals of the ‘guilty party’

My recent ramblings about super injunctions have led to an interesting debate about who is the person ‘in the wrong’ when it comes to affairs. In my last blog I damned the rich footballers, actors and television ‘personalities’ who paid … Continue reading

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The Royal Wedding

Kate Middleton doesn’t just have the beautiful engagement ring she now has her prince and hopefully years or married bliss ahead of her. So what did you make of the Royal Wedding? I watched it whilst getting ready for another … Continue reading

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