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Decline and Fall

Time Magazine Re Postcard: as the pound loses its exalted position, why is the U.K. still refusing to join the euro [Feb. 9]? Could it be that the pound, and the monarchy it represents, are the only things left that uniquely identify the country — perhaps the most cosmopolitan in the world, with millions of […]

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@African Lives Matter

African Lives Matter. When will this madness end? When will those who are always jabbering on about morality and human rights speak out against these kinds of things? When Africans questioned the origin of Ebola and Aids and its particularly horrible effects on Africans, their suggestions were scoffed at as baseless ‘conspiracy theory’. Do we […]

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VEL: The diary of a cat who thinks he’s a human who thinks he’s a cat, and who also happens to be a foodie

An un-relatable (but related) event: Part II  The room was wide and ornately furnished, and the rust-gold brocade curtain at the window had been pulled down to create a dark shadowy atmosphere. There were three people in it. John Willingson, Therese, and the purple-haired woman. Therese’s hair was piled up like two pom-poms and despite […]

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VEL: The diary of a cat who thinks he’s a human who thinks he’s a cat, and who also happens to be a foodie

An un-relatable (but related) event – Part I Prologue… ‘Done. You can both relax now,’ the purple-haired woman said. She was standing with her feet wide apart, hands in the pockets of her dress – another flow-ey thing, but red this time; on her face, an air of smug accomplishment. ‘Is it? You dropped him […]

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Guests' Posts, VEL

A Garden in a Flat

I am a child of the open wild

Poetry

The Slip of a Girl called Hope

They say she’s as old as the moon

Poetry

Outskirts

They drove by in a sky-blue Volkswagen.

Poetry

American Thanksgiving 2014 in Sarah’s Kitchen

What a glorious day this was, as guests supped…and gave thanks to their Creator for His amaz

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Food as a tool of positive integration

To say I love the art of cooking is to state the glaringly obvious. However, more than the pleasure I derive from watching a well-seasoned pot bubbling away on the stove, is the joy that flows through my heart when I witness two complete strangers (who have only recently just met) chatting away at my […]

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