Tag Archives: Brexit

Food, glorious food! – hope for a different future

Last year I twice (virtually) encountered Carolyn Steel, a visionary thinker who envisions us solving many of our (self-created) problems with food. The first time I came across her was actually many years ago, when I read her book ‘Hungry … Continue reading

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Chanukah – festival of light (and hope)

The essence of chanukah is that the oil for the eternal light in the temple that was enough to last just a few days miraculously lasted for a full 8 days and nights until there was a fresh supply. It’s … Continue reading

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Shifting the (metaphorical) deckchairs….

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting more and more concerned about the likely impact Brexit will have on us here in the UK. Even if a deal is agreed, it will be such a ‘hard’ Brexit that it … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 22 (Saturday)

And another weekend has rolled around. Our last one in (this) lockdown, though the differences between lockdown and what comes next will be slight. Especially for those of us who are disinclined to do whatever we’re ‘allowed’ to do, and … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: Friday again

Not content with one major crisis (coronavirus), I already have an eye on the next crisis looming closer every day.  While one part of me can’t seriously believe that the government will drag us headlong into such a major act … Continue reading

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