It’s not safe

I have stopped my polite Saturday protest outings, where I handed out home baked cakes to passers-by in my hometown and engaged them in discussion


I have never been more acutely aware of where I spend my money than right now. It’s not that I didn’t care before: over the

Manchester, England, England

Stepping off the train at Manchester Piccadilly station on a Friday night was like stepping forward and back in time simultaneously. Despite everything that The

Immoral Authority

I don’t know why I felt compelled to attend the London march on the 26th of June 2021 and not the previous ones. Distance (I

Curtain up

On Monday 5th July 2021 I watched the live broadcast from no. 10. I sat by myself on the same sofa on which I watched

Hello Death

Both individually and as a society, we citizens of 21st century developed civilisations are really, really bad at death. We’re not that much better at

Talk Radio

Yesterday I was interviewed by the phenomenal Mr Mark Dolan on his show at Talk RADIO. Well, I say interviewed but the poor man could

Strange Bedfellows

For someone who has been pretty conventional until quite recently, I now find myself a fellow in arms with a gloriously eclectic tribe, some of

The Ride to Hell

Recent events have challenged many of my preconceptions, shaken previous articles of faith to the core, and made me re-examine an annoyingly inconvenient number of

It’s to keep him safe

And just when it couldn’t get any worse, it does.  The Scottish Government and Education Scotland have issued guidance under the PREVENT programme, which aims