So, back to that quiet town North of Whistler Village. I am so excited to share with you this first waterfall. I thought we were never going to find it and, when we did, it completely exceeded our expectations. 600 more words
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People often come up to me in the street and…well, mostly complement me on my handsomeness and rock-hard abs. But they also, occasionally, ask me, “Kyle, who will you vote for in this upcoming election?” Up until the last few weeks I’ve not even had to think about it – the SNP, followed by a long and detailed description of my hopes for Danny Alexander’s dismissal as MP and subsequent shitting disaster in the queue at the Job Centre. 1,622 more words
Cheekily I’ve borrowed the title of this blog from a book I admire very much, Nairn’s London, which was reprinted in 2014 by Penguin. Had he been around now my guess is that Nairn would not have been especially impressed with much of the built environment of London as it has developed over the last few years. 286 more words
James Kelly explores the polls and the positions in the aftermath of the leaders debate.
This is, unfortunately for me, just about the most dangerous possible moment to sit down and try to summarise the state of play in the opinion polls. 1,164 more words