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  • Brexit, The Luvvies of London and the Special Snowflake Generation
    on Jun 25, 2016
    I’m no grass, London, but I’m going to tell you to your face what people are saying behind your back.Everyone knows that social media is an echo chamber. You surround yourself with people who think the same as you, they like the same kind of musi...
  • Axe Grinding for the EU Referendum
    on Jun 22, 2016
    I try, I really do, to keep a balanced view on most things. Never jumping to conclusions, listening to both sides of the story, unafraid to throw my hands up and admit I’m wrong and completely change my mind. I’ve tried to take the same approach...
  • Demon Wrestling and the EU Referendum
    on Jun 12, 2016
    I try, I really do, to keep a balanced view on most things. Never jumping to conclusions, listening to both sides of the story, unafraid to throw my hands up and admit I’m wrong and completely change my mind. I’ve tried to take the same approach...
  • My Great-Grandfather and the Peaky BlindersI was around ten years old when I first heard my grandfather mention the words ‘peaky blinder’ and it was my father who, after much enquiring on my part, reluctantly explained what - or who - my grandfather was referring to. I wasn’t a delicate...
  • To All The Kids Who Think They're Not Good Enough For University (And The Teachers Who Agree)
    on May 14, 2016
    Xylophones have a lot to answer for in terms of my educational development. I was obsessed with the xylophone when I was a child. I wasn't confident enough to sing, I wouldn’t be seen dead with a shaker or a tambourine and the recorder required too...
  • To All The Kids Who Think They're Not Good Enough For University...
    on May 13, 2016
    Xylophones have a lot to answer for in terms of my educational development. I was obsessed with the xylophone when I was a child. I wasn't confident enough to sing, I wouldn’t be seen dead with a shaker or a tambourine and the recorder re...
  • The Charlie Dilemma: Saving a Friendship vs Saving a Child
    on Jan 31, 2015
    Imagine that you have a friend, named Marie. And Marie has two young boys – Charlie (11) and Peter (7).Marie has a number of personality defects that are difficult to manage; she is extremely loud and attention-seeking, prone to creating unnecessar...
  • My Great-Grandfather: the Real Peaky BlinderIt’s not often that a TV advertisement for new drama series triggers childhood trauma, but the TV advert for the first series of Peaky Blinders almost did just that. I was around ten years old when I first heard my grandfather mention the words ‘...
  • The Best Kindle Book Ever: The Omega Course by Helen Ingram
    on Apr 27, 2014
    Ok, ok, so I’m biased, but I promise you that it is very good!The Omega Course is the story of a young Theology undergraduate student and an elderly artist who struck up a friendship in December 2003. As they began working together it became appare...
  • A Church Organist's Response to The Wedding Project and a Rant on Modern Church Music
    on Oct 21, 2012
    So the Church of England has completed its four-year investigation into dwindling church wedding statistics - known as The Wedding Project – and the result of this review is the publication of The Church Weddings Handbook: The Seven Pastoral Moment...
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