Current Affairs

Pen and Paper

Hi all!! I made a promise to continue on with my previous post, and I’ve kept to it. My previous post was very long, no links attached, no images either. This one will at least have some images 🙂 I mentioned previously the difference between writing as a journalist, to writing as an author, with more »

Willingness to allow my imagination to hit the paper

I want to write about many issues, I guess that I’ve been a bit too quiet. But, I’ll need to break it down into a few posts, there’s just so much. As the title states, willingness to allow my imagination to hit the paper, has led for my book to be available on Amazon, now as more »

How representative of the people is Parliament since the death of Charles I?

Two weeks ago, we experienced history at its highest. Questions, such as, ‘How representative of the people is Parliament? or ‘What have we, or rather, Parliament learnt from History?’ have to be considered when one looks at the events in 1649.  30th of January was a significant event in British History. King Charles I was more »

Israel and Hamas: The Final Truce. But Who Won?

Yes, it is the ‘who won?’ that would continue to be discussed. Not ‘how many hospitals were hit?’ or ‘total number of homes destroyed?’ or even the ‘total death toll?’ Although why would it? This is not a new war; it has been going on for almost 70 years now. Along with the usual features more »

It’s a ‘Conflict’… but you said ‘War’ Mr Netanyahu and Hamas

A court’s final decision is not based on emotions rather it’s based on whether the law has been broken or not. In order to find out whether the law has actually been broken, an independent investigation needs to be carried out. Please notice the word ‘independent’. With that in mind, you do not have to more »