Daily Archives: August 6, 2010

In Praise of Peter Simple

Oddly enough, the person who probably had the greatest influence on my early political development was (in a sense) not a real person at all, but the Daily Telegraph’s satirical columnist Peter Simple.  Those were the days, back in the … Continue reading

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – and Moulton College

Remember the C.S. Lewis classic, where the children climb through an ordinary wardrobe, and find a whole new land beyond?  Or for a more modern (and less religious) take, Dr. Who’s Tardis, where a small antique Police Box appears to … Continue reading

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