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So, David Cameron left the office of Prime Minister this afternoon. Many paid tribute to him for his 6 years of service to the country. Many others consider that any and all good he may have done over that time … Continue reading
Obviously I’m writing this in the days following the referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the European Union or leave it. I voted to stay in, but that’s really only incidental to this post. I really don’t … Continue reading
Those of you who know me a bit will know that a reference to a “Madam” is usually to one of my delightful, yet high-maintenance, daughters. Not this time. Last night, I attended a seminar given by Madam Becky Adams, … Continue reading
What am I doing here? I’m supposed to be (inter alia): packing for weekend away tidying house phoning my sister (sorry Bex) ironing developing my business etc etc etc… In fact I have spent the last half hour scrabbling around … Continue reading
I saw this morning, Justin Forsyth, Chief Executive of of Save the Children interviewed on BBC Breakfast about their latest report highlighting the benefits of breastfeeding in the first hour after birth and the global decline in breastfeeding rates. He … Continue reading
My typically positive outlook has been tested greatly in the last 2 weeks. There was I looking forward to a new year, and all the challenges and rewards it will doubtless bring in varying measure. Have I been allowed to … Continue reading