Monthly Archives: June 2016

24/06/16 It’s hug a Brexiter day!

On reflection, perhaps it wasn’t the best way to run a campaign to imply…ok, to state implicitly…that 50%…oops, slightly more than 50% of people in the UK were either thick or racist…probably both.  £240 billion. Give or take – that’s … Continue reading

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11/06/16 Walk a Mile Inverness

Well, it was a day with a number of firsts.  This was the first walk a mile event where it rained…somewhat pathetically and, to be honest, a bit lack lustre, but, it was precipitation nonetheless. And thank goodness – the … Continue reading

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17/06/16 We have far more in common than that which divides us

Take a look at the heading again. Think about it. Say it out loud.  Think of groups you might ordinarily believe you have little or no affinity with.  Look at the heading again – no, bugger it, let me help … Continue reading

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06/06/16 Walk a mile in my shoes

Over the past weeks it’s felt that all mental health news has been bad news.  Austerity, cuts to services, benefit sanctioning, increases in the use of food banks, homelessness… 1 in 4 of us will experience some manner of mental … Continue reading

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