Month: June 2017

A.I: Activation Initiated

Thu 29 Jun 2017

It wasn’t that long ago that AI was the enemy. In films like Terminator (1984), The Matrix (1999) and as recently as 2015’s Avenger: The Age of Ultron, Artificial Intelligence…

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Ain’t no mountain high enough

Tue 27 Jun 2017

“Human life is far more important than just getting to the top of a mountain” – Edmund Hillary My challenges are nothing compared to those faced by the children at…

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Wed 21 Jun 2017

It’s no secret that I love the summer. I live in the West Country, not far from Stonehenge and Glastonbury, and while I’m not a particular believer in pageant festivals,…

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Excuse the politics

Tue 20 Jun 2017

Fifteen Housing Ministers in seventeen years. Off the top of my head, I can’t think of any other job outside of Westminster which has been filled and vacated so often…

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What makes an aspiring FTB?

Wed 14 Jun 2017

(My sons, they just don’t know it yet…) My eldest son still lives at home. It’s not what I would have done at 30 years of age but I guess at his age, I would have been earning more than a living wage. Being at home is comfortable, close to work and everything he could possibly want is available. By 30, I’d already been married for seven years […]

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Mon 12 Jun 2017

I bet I’m not the only one to do this, especially when a thought jumps into your head. You grab your phone and start looking up things on a whim….

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I promise

Thu 8 Jun 2017

Being so close to the election, I’ve been thinking a lot about the promises made in party manifestos. No matter who wins the election on 8th June, the Prime Minister and their cabinet will be held accountable and judged against the promises they make. Out of their promises come expectations and the satisfaction of the public depends on the whether those promises are kept. […]

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