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Brexit and the European Union: are the British really more stupid than Americans?
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"Darling Patience": how the daughter of an Irish rose got to be born English in England click here
The Queen of England is 90. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2016 v10n1p0421

The Queen of England is also the Queen of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, plus Australia, New Zealand, and a handful of other countries. When she became queen over 60 years ago, she had more subjects. Which is beside the point.

The real point is that the queen has kept going, kept healthy, kept working until she was 90, and gives no signs of stopping. I have not seen her use a walker or in any way give an indication that age is slowing her down. She is the longest-lived monarch in British history, and has reigned the longest.

Happy birthday Queen Elizabeth II!!!!
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SCOTT BORTHWICK JUMPS TO THE TOP OF RANKINGS
Scott Borthwick, who played his only Test at Sydney on the ill-fated Ashes tour of 2013-14, scored an unbeaten 188 and returned figures of 5-79 and 3-73 against Nottinghamshire this week to jump to the top of the Overall MVP.

Mon, 05 Dec 2016 15:56:53 +0000


ROYAL LONDON CUP RE-ENERGISED BY RANKINGS
ROYAL LONDON CUP RE-ENERGISED BY RANKINGS

Mon, 05 Dec 2016 15:56:30 +0000


THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP IS BACK!!
THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP IS BACK!!

Mon, 05 Dec 2016 15:45:18 +0000


RETURN OF CHAMPO SEES BARKER AND JARVIS GO HEAD TO HEAD


Mon, 05 Dec 2016 15:42:54 +0000


MURTAGH AND ROLAND-JONES DOUBLE ACT SENDS MIDDX TOP


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The white rabbit SJ Dodgson MJoTA 2016 v10n1p0601

My grandfather's uncle Campbell Dodgson CBE was the Oxford tutor of the love of Oscar Wilde, Lord Arthur Douglas, whom Uncle Campbell introduced. Uncle Campbell always wore white suits and was dropping things and looking at his pocket watch. 

My brothers and I were told by various Dodgson men that Uncle Campbell was likely the model for the white rabbit in a book written by another Oxford Dodgson, a third cousin of Uncle Campbell and my great grandfather. Which is impossible, Alice in Wonderland was published before Uncle Campbell was born. I am quite sure Uncle Campbell irritated his third cousin immensely. I know Dodgsons.

Uncle Campbell married the daughter of Professor Spooner, who invented Spoonerisms, and was the curator of prints at the British Museum for about 50 years. He was an expert on Duehrer. He died 2 years before I was born. Campbell Dodgson click here.
Episcopal Church kicked out. SJ Dodgson MJoTA 2016 v10n1 p0114

Just when we thought the British Empire could not collapse any further, it did, today, when Anglican priests gathered at Canterbury and voted to boot out America. So there. Or rather, the Episcopal Church, which is, or was until today, the closest relative in the United States to the worldwide Anglican communion. Anglicans in the US will disagree with me, but look at the numbers. The Anglican church is nothing like as large as the Episcopal church, which owns lots of churches, lots of property.

And why? Because, like the Republic of Ireland, the whole Republic of Ireland, the Episcopal Church recognizes, and celebrates, all marriages between committed humans.

Aagh. The Anglican Church is the religion of my fathers, in fact, I was christened into the Anglican Church in Ireland, and confirmed Anglican in Australia. Many of my relatives have been priests, for example, a former Bishop of Norwich click here, and my relatives are priests to this day. 

This homophobia is not universal with Anglican priests. A prominent Anglican priest, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, wants us all to treat all humans with respect, and rejoiced when his daughter, a priest, married her partner. Archbishop Tutu click here.

We need young persons coming up through the ranks of the Anglican Church to right this wrong. Kick out the Americans by all means, but learn to love one another. We are all we have. 
Englishwoman survives US deep-freeze. SJ Dodgson MJoTA 2014 v8n1 p0108

In the United States, we love English television and movies, and during the deep freeze that brought in 2014, this and chocolate kept me going. 

In particular, Sherlock, the wonderful series about a consultant detective who describes himself as a "high-achieving sociopath". I followed the link to watch series 3, click here

Words of caution: have an up-to-date Norton antivirus program. Mine went a little crazy when I was trying to access the programs, but it swatted whatever it found. Phew.

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Man jailed for carrying plastic bottle containing highly corrosive liquid

Bradley Kerr, 21, was found by police carrying substance he claimed was washing-up liquid in Bow, east London

A man found carrying a plastic drinks bottle containing a highly corrosive liquid has been jailed for a year.

Bradley Kerr, 21, was arrested on 18 July after being seen with the bottle near Bow Road station in east London.

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Thu, 17 Aug 2017 13:48:42 GMT


RAF grounds second world war-era planes over safety fears

Displays cancelled after Lancaster bomber, Spitfires and Hurricanes withdrawn over problems found with one engine

More than half of the airworthy second world war-era planes flown by the Royal Air Force have been grounded over engine-related safety fears.

Aircraft operated by the RAF’s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) were scheduled to fly at the Biggin Hill festival of flight, near Bromley in south-east London, and the Eastbourne international airshow in East Sussex.

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Thu, 17 Aug 2017 13:15:25 GMT


Minnie mouse bikes and escaping sea turtles: today's top photos

A selection of today’s best images, including a Japanese park made of tyres, men climbing greasy poles in Indonesia and a prison-themed Thai hotel

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Thu, 17 Aug 2017 13:04:49 GMT


Why haven't politicians learned from the financial crisis? | Mohamed El-Erian

Advanced economies responded with temporary measures when they needed broader, longer-term solutions

Ten years ago this month, the French bank BNP Paribas decided to limit investors’ access to the money they had deposited in three funds. It was the first loud signal of the financial stress that would, a year later, send the global economy into a tailspin. Yet the massive economic and financial dislocations that would come to a boil in late 2008 and continue through early 2009 – which brought the world to the brink of a devastating multi-year depression – took policymakers in advanced economies completely by surprise. They had clearly not paid enough attention to the lessons of crises in the emerging world.

Anyone who has experienced or studied developing-country financial crises will be painfully aware of their defining features. For starters, as the late Rüdiger Dornbusch argued, financial crises can take a long time to develop, but once they erupt, they tend to spread rapidly, widely, violently and (seemingly) indiscriminately.

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Thu, 17 Aug 2017 12:52:01 GMT
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Is Victorian sex the key to a more passionate love life?
The practice, karezza, coined by Chicago gynecologist Dr. Alice Bunker Stockham in 1896, encourages 'male continence'. Women were also urged to abstain from orgasm as well.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:46:29 +0100


Dublin shooting: Woman seriously injured and pair killed
A ‘completely innocent’ mother of six and her friend were gunned down in a ‘barbaric’ hit on a family home in Dublin yesterday by a gang armed with a machinegun.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:45:41 +0100


Most Battle of Britain Memorial Flight planes grounded
Problems with Rolls Royce Merlin engines have grounded almost the entire Battle of Britain Memorial Flight warplanes in what threatens to be a huge disappointment for 'warbird' fans.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:45:30 +0100


Student spotted drinking hip flask on Good Morning Britain
James White, who attended Winstanley College in Wigan, stood in the background as Good Morning Britain correspondent Katy Rickitt spoke to his classmates about their grades.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:44:01 +0100


Leeds flat uninhabitable after dead body lay undiscovered
New mother Beau Marr's one-bedroom rented flat in Leeds became a breeding ground for flies and maggots, which had seeped through the floorboards of the home directly above.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:43:25 +0100


A-levels 2017: Around a quarter expected to get top grades
Some 26.3 per cent of A-level entries got an A* or A this summer in England, Northern Ireland and Wales - up 0.5 percentage points on 2016. It is the first time the A*-A pass rate has risen since 2011.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:37:04 +0100


Powerball jackpot soars past $510million
The numbers for the $432.5 million Powerball jackpot were drawn Wednesday night - but there was no winning ticket. The jackpot for the next drawing on Saturday is now $510million.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:35:15 +0100


Couple arrested at Manchester airport after getting drunk
Darren Stanway, 39, had been drinking with bride Nadia, 34, in their taxi on their way to Manchester Airport - but the pair had a bust up when they turned up too late to catch their plane to Malta.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:31:40 +0100


Hereford toddler loses his hands and feet to meningitis
Two-year-old Finley Amos, from Hereford, had four amputations after contracting meningitis and septicaemia. His parents say he has coped with the partial loss of his limbs better than they have.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:22:23 +0100


Why Prince William shouldn't fly on same plane as family
Direct heirs in line to the throne shouldn't fly together but Prince William has been breaking with tradition by joining his children on flights in recent months.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:21:11 +0100


Why you should never ask for a Diet Coke on a plane
Flight attendants say the pressure in the cabin makes soft drinks foam up a lot, and that the worst culprit for this is Diet Coke. It can take three times as long to pour one than other drinks, apparently.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:11:23 +0100


Haddington teen scarred after drain cleaner attack
Molly Young, from Haddington, East Lothian, left scarred for life after an acid attack by a love rival, has revealed the scars she will be left with for the rest of her life.

Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:10:39 +0100
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