Monthly Archives: May 2013

Lost in translation

Having only just started refereeing this past season, I’ve already run the line for a couple of cup finals, and today I finished my season refereeing an international game! Ok, that’s a little bit of an exaggeration. This time of … Continue reading

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Cornish Independents

So, following the elections yesterday the results are now mainly in. They make for an interesting picture: some expected big losses for the two parties in government (though this masks some (very) minor gains, in particular for the LibDems in their … Continue reading

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It’s election day for 27 County Councils, 7 Unitary Authorities, 2 elected Mayoralties, and one Parliamentary constituency in England, as well as on the Isle of Anglesey in Wales, and the Isles of Scilly. One of those UAs is Cornwall … Continue reading

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Accepting mortality, offering hope

Today being a Wednesday I have mainly been at home attempting to undertake some study, followed by playing some badminton this evening. However, I took some time this morning to do a funeral visit because in the work I do … Continue reading

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