In which Mr Pecksniff lays before his readers for their approval certain observations and speculations reflecting on the political life.
educed options on logistical solutions and fuel availability issues, could potentially kill off the very businesses that managed to survive the Covid lockdowns. It means options to develop their businesses for future growth are becoming increasingly restricted.
An East Tory MP is accused by constituents of a breach of the data protection laws, and they have informed the Data Commissioner.
During his nearly four decades as an MP, Sir David was a tireless champion of the town’s cause, leading a campaign which gained significant local support.
For more than 150 years, life expectancy has been rising in all developed countries, as a result of improvements in public health, lifestyle, working conditions, healthcare and medicines. A child born in 2010 could expect to live ten years longer than their grandparents, born in 1950. A decade ago, women continued to live longer than men, but the decline of dangerous male manual work meant that the gap between women and men was closing.
Tribute to David Amess MP who was an effective parliamentarian, a diligent constituency MP, and a fundamentally decent person
In 17th-century Essex, vulnerable and marginalised women were tortured and murdered. Today, female MPs are trolled. So what’s new?
This is the final poem in our series to mark National Poetry Day. It is an extract from “Little Gidding”, one section of T.S.Eliot’s last great work “The Four Quartets”. Little Gidding was a seventeenth century religious community near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire. During the English Civil War they gave sanctuary to Charles 1st (the “broken […]
This is the fifth in our series of poems about East Anglia to mark National Poetry Day. It is a lament for the destruction by the sea of the once great Suffolk city of Dunwich. The author is Bernard Barton “The Quaker Poet” who spent most of his life as bank clerk in Woodbridge, Suffolk. […]