Monthly Archives: June 2016

Brexit: in one word, a disaster

On June 23 the people of the up-to-this-point-United Kingdom made a historic, and in my view, very foolish and shortsighted decision: to leave the European Union. The vote was 52% for “leave,” and 48% for “remain.” My first point: this … Continue reading

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Trevor Huddleston, born June 13, 1913

Couldn’t get back to sleep last night, and so got up, made tea, found a book to read: Trevor Huddleston: A Life, by Robin Denniston (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1999). I noticed that I was reading his biography on … Continue reading

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