Monthly Archives: May 2014

15/05/14 The great debate, or why I believe Scotland should stay in the Union

This year, the Times rich list rejoiced in the fact that we’ve now, for the first time ever, got over 100 Ā£billionaires choosing to live on our fair island. That’s over 100 people with more than one thousand million pounds. … Continue reading

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11/05/14 Lifeworks Cambridge

You don’t have to be mad to work here, but… Lifeworks in Cambridge is, in danger of being was, an NHS service for people with complex mental health needs. This is often a euphemism for personality disorder. People with this … Continue reading

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06/05/14 Walk a mile goes to Hertfordshire University

A film of the ramble about the ramble at Hertfordshire University. Warning, contains nuts… http://youtu.be/9Wk4dPriS5A

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