Boris and the EU

The whole EU referendum will make or break dear old Boris; who lives for the day when he will be Prime Minister. But in between his photogenic travels abroad, his writing (Churchill in 2014, Shakespeare later this year), and his weekly columns in the Daily Telegraph, it is clear he...

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The General Election game is beginning to take shape.

The Tories might have the most seats but these will almost all be in England. Labour might just be second with seats in England, Wales and Scotland though no-one can read the tea leaves after the Referendum there. The SNP will become the third largest party. Whither then the Lib...

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Older Age

The statistics do not lie. We are all going to live longer and when our health declines it is likely that instead of just dying of cancer or a heart related illness we will die of two or three illnesses. So, we are as likely to die of cancer as...

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Derek Wyatt: A new future for London

As Boris Johnson prepares to step down from his role as Mayor of London, a host of new candidates are already lining up to take his place. Political heavy weights and celebs alike have all been tipped for the starring role. Jeremy Paxman and Eddie Izzard have both had their...

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