Can you afford a home? Many of us can’t, mostly through an accident of age. If you were born before 1970 and bought by the 1990s, prices were yet to boom.
The General Election is running along familiar lines because the SNP and the Tories are reluctant to talk about what is really at stake – the future of Britain.
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.
This is a column about condoms and voting.
I went to a posh school and despite moving house many times, they track me down and send letters asking for donations.
“That is why, on this 10-year anniversary, I promise the people of Scotland that we will never stop working hard to make Scotland the best country it can be”
You know when you try to recycle but the dump is closed or the bin will take yoghurt pots and not tin cans? That gap between good intention and reality needs a name – let’s call it ‘being Corbyned’.
They say you get more right wing as you grow old. You’d have to be Methuselah before you were old enough to trust the Tory party.
Scientists are about to send a machine into space to collect the junk that circles the world – pity there is not a device to do the same closer to Earth.