It was used toilet paper. The scrap floated past, like seaweed. For the first swim of the holiday, it wasn’t a good start. We are promised paradise, but get partially decayed toilet paper in the salty waters of the Mediterranean.
You wonder if the speech writer who had Nicola Sturgeon say she would “reset” Indyref2 knew the law – to reset is to sell stolen goods. Not the best connotation to bring to mind.
It is strange how Britain has two similar nationalist governments.
I went to a posh school and despite moving house many times, they track me down and send letters asking for donations.
The poppy is political, and long may it remain so. On the 11th of the 11th we appear to set politics aside to commemorate the war dead.
For a story to hold the imagination, it needs to be simple.
An Evening of Clairvoyance with Spiritualist Medium is advertised in the papers, coming to Scotland soon.
You read this column for my modesty and because I’m usually right.
Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon appear as chalk and cheese but it is the similarities which are striking.
There’s a war memorial wherever you go.