Category Archives: Book review

D is for Death

On the day that the Evening Standard publishes a letter from two trauma surgeons, urging action to separate cyclists from HGVs at junctions – One of the immediate dispatch criteria for the aircraft or fast response car is when someone is … Continue reading

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‘Gridlock Nation’ – a review

Kwasi Kwarteng is one of the bright young things of the Conservative Party. Back in 1995, he managed to win University Challenge ‘supposedly singlehandedly’ (Private Eye 1282) while a King’s Scholar at Trinity College Cambridge. Armed with a double first, … Continue reading

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