Monthly Archives: August 2016

Some musical history

As part of my infrequent non-political articles I return, once again, to the world of popular music; and way back (in 1964) Matt Munro was chosen to represent the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest (a time when countries did not vote for their neighbours – although France did vote for Monaco!) with a song entitled: I love the little things; and came second with 17 points.

While there he became captivated with a song entitled: Warum nur Warum sung by Odu Jürgens, representing Austria; which came sixth with a total of eleven points.

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Throwing stones in glass houses?

Regular readers of this blog will be only too aware that for ages I have been complaining about the inaction of  those who usurped The Harrogate Agenda in progressing same. For ages I have been asking a simple question to which no answer has been forthcoming; namely, had The Harrogate Agenda been progressed, would not the resultant gap twixt ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ have been greater that it was? It must therefore follow that had The Harrogate Agenda been progressed, would not the people have taken a greater interest in the resultant aftermath of the vote to leave the EU?

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