It was a celebration of a life well lived, so sad, but not despondent. At an appropriate moment I invited the recently arrived vicar to join us at the wake. To my surprise, despite it being her day of rest, she accepted, explaining that amongst the congregation she had spotted a few formerly regular parishioners […]
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The transition from working life to later life is optional, but those who decide against it miss out on so much
Did you notice in the final few days of the recent election that a whole new class of argument emerged? One I believe was a major contributor to the unexpected Conservative victory.
During the current outbreak of election fever I have been heartened to see that some of those standing for election are, at long last, starting to mention some of big issues that we UK voters – and the rest of the world – must eventually face. Any party brave enough to start the discussion will […]