A week ago today was my grandfather’s funeral. Here’s the speech I read at the ceremony.
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This time next week we will have woken up to the news – and be very much aware – of who is the newly-elected president of the United States of America and leader of the free world. Continue reading “The 45th President of the United States will be …”
The past week has certainly been a week for women. Firstly, from Hollywood came a formidable foursome of females fighting the supernatural in a remake of the 1984 movie Ghostbusters. It felt like feminism on steroids as iconic roles traditionally carried out by men had been handed to women.
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A live report brought to you by Jarrad Johnson with the latest updates on the UK’s referendum on the EU – exactly 10 weeks to go! Continue reading “My take on the latest news surrounding the EU referendum”
Tony Blair was the Prime Minister of the UK from 1997-2007 and won three elections. Photo: Chatham House, London
When Peter Hitchens came to the University of Lincoln last Monday, I spent a good two hours hearing him speak about a range of issues – predominantly Russia and its President Vladimir Putin. Continue reading ““In a way it would be unkind to put him on trial” – Hitchens on Blair”
When I asked Peter if I could have a photo with him, he self-deprecatingly replied: “Yes, if you want to ruin your career.” I had one took anyway! Photo: Jarrad Johnson
As you’re probably well aware – because I haven’t stopped banging on about it – I interviewed the Mail on Sunday columnist, author and broadcaster Peter Hitchens a week ago today.
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The wait for a Premier League title at the Emirates will undoubtedly go on. Photo: Jarrad Johnson
When the team news was revealed ahead of the game at Old Trafford I, like every other Arsenal fan – and probably Man Utd fan as well, thought they were there for the taking. Continue reading “Arsenal waved goodbye to the title today with a gutless and gutting performance”
Arsenal will hope to bring their first league title to the Emirates Stadium. Photo: Jarrad Johnson
So a New Year is now upon us and Arsenal are sitting pretty at the top of the league. It looks great, doesn’t it? Continue reading “Why taking over Leicester might be bad news for Arsenal fans”
This picture is not typical of my 2015. Honestly!
With a new year drawing perilously – or not so perilously – close, I thought it to be reasonable to look back on what the second half of 2015 has had in store for me. Continue reading “Reflecting On The Back End Of 2015”