Earlier this year I did a Bible study throughout Lent and blogged my thoughts about every day's readings. I found it incredibly valuable and amazing that, on so many occasions, the readings were so pertinent to the events of the day. So, starting on Monday I'll be doing an Advent Bible study and writing my … Continue reading December ADVENTure
After Nigel Farage called for the children of immigrants to be classed as immigrants themselves I have obtained an exclusive list of other groups that the UKIP leader, backed up by his chums at Migration Watch, also wants to reclassify: - The grandchildren of immigrants. A logical extension as their parents are now immigrants, so … Continue reading 15 groups UKIP class as immigrants
Once upon a time there was a large field. In that field were lots and lots of ponds. One pond had frogs, one pond had eels, one pond had dragonflies, one pond had carp... Every pond had a different type of animal. For years the ponds would argue and fight over silly things and even … Continue reading Nigel the wide-mouthed frog
I've been struck recently by some things on various radio phone in shows. No, not the type where Dave from Salford spends twenty minutes arguing with Robbie Savage about whether Manchester United's defence is simply bad or totally appalling. I mean current affairs ones where, for the most part, the public interaction is actually via … Continue reading Why I’m a bloody, bleeding heart, leftie do-gooder.