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Looking back, looking now, looking forward

It was an unusually quiet week for posts during Week 37, quieter than during the summer holidays period. I wondered why. Maybe people are still getting back into the swing of the weekly work and school routines this week, and

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In memory of Hillsborough

The Hillsborough disaster of 15th April 1989 has been much in the news and on current affairs programmes in the UK this week as the government formally acknowledged that there had been a cover up of what had gone wrong.

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