Archive for December, 2009

Flying over London

December 6th, 2009 by Roger Darlington

See London as you’ve never seen it before here.

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All this “elfansafety”

December 5th, 2009 by Roger Darlington

I spent five years as the national health & safety officer of a major British trade union, so I become very concerned when I hear the media alleging that we’ve become health & safety mad (as in this story from the “Daily Mail”) and some politicians insisting that expenditure of health & safety should be […]

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A day in Muswell Hill

December 4th, 2009 by Roger Darlington

Vee and I spent a most enjoyable day visiting a a couple of friends in the north London district of Muswell Hill. The two friends had never met each other before we introduced them but live almost round the corner from one another. Muswell Hill has a character of its own, shaped by the location […]

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My 14th short story

December 4th, 2009 by Roger Darlington

I’ve just published a new short story on my web site. It’s utterly different from all the others I’ve written. I hope that you’ll give it a read and let me know what you think. It’s called “Letters From Above”.

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Consumer Focus Labs

December 2nd, 2009 by Roger Darlington

This week the Consumer Focus Board – on which I sit – had its first meeting out of London in the cold city of Cardiff. We were addressed by the First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan who steps down in a few days to be replaced by Carwyn Jones. Now Consumer Focus has a Wales […]

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