President Obama and, possibly next US president, Hillary Clinton want the UK to remain in the EU. No sooner had pro-Brexit campaigners labelled US President Barack Obama’s warning against the UK leaving Europe as the views of a ‘lame duck’ president than Democratic front-runner, and possibly next president, Hillary Clinton added her opinion. And she … Continue reading Obama and Hillary both urge UK to stay in EU
Uncertainty is hanging over the heads of people in so many different countries this year as questions relating to their futures are being decided at the ballot box. Well, they should be. In the USA, the various Democratic and Republican candidates are fighting through the primary and caucus system to win enough support to win … Continue reading Everyone’s vote should matter – but does it?
Gwen Higgs, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and David Cameron Gwen’s story, warts and all HSCT, stem cell therapy, and its use to treat multiple sclerosis patients has been on television, in publications and even this blog during the second half of January. In just a couple of days, or so, I shall be bringing you … Continue reading HSCT, sunshine, MS and other musings
Mammoth black-and-white Killer Whales, the mammals made popular by films such as Free Willy, face the terrible danger of extinction in the seas around Europe. The cause of the problem is of human origin – poisonous chemicals. Like other animals at the top of the food chain, the Killer Whale is particularly at risk of … Continue reading Act now to save Orcas from extinction by chemicals
From left: Spanish party leaders seek coalitions, UK's Queen Elizabeth II will be 90 in April, Hillary Clinton set to win Democratic nomination but President? January - now. Spain’s national politicians are trying to put together a coalition to form a government after last month’s general election created a hung parliament for the first time … Continue reading Looking at the 12 months ahead of us
Not all physical disabilities, let alone the mental ones, are necessarily apparent to other people – and by ‘other people’ I include those of us who live with more obvious physical disabilities. As just one example, let’s look at car parking bays denoted by the well known wheelchair symbol that are reserved for people with … Continue reading Stopping abuse of parking bays for disabled people