Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the community hall, another election turns up. It seems like we have been on some voting diet – lots of roughage and prunes, not much meat.
Dundee likes a maverick – whether its Churchill in the early part of the 20th Century, or returning a lone urban SNP MP in its last decade.
The world faces a crisis of leadership highlighted by the Syrian gas attacks.
So this is what history feels like. In two days the Scottish Parliament has voted to demand another referendum and the UK Government has begun to withdraw from the EU.
As a terror attack occurs in the Palace of Westminster, it seems we can't escape terrorism.
There is no going back now for Nicola Sturgeon as she demands from Downing Street the power to hold a second referendum.
It is strange how Britain has two similar nationalist governments.
Jackie Bird always looks very pleased when presenting the BBC’s 6.30pm news bulletin - perhaps because unlike the audience, she doesn’t have to watch it
Frank Dor, a man who takes kidneys from healthy people and transplants them into the sick, said: “It is one of the most beautiful things to do.”
I went to a posh school and despite moving house many times, they track me down and send letters asking for donations.