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Holidays abroad are a hazy, distant mirage, tantalisingly close but still out of reach as Covid continues to cast clouds over another summer. Staycations (a supremely irritating word from the Corona lexicon) are the best option but in short supply. Despite popular belief that a summer holiday is our inalienable right, it’s only very recently

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Love it or loathe it you cannot escape football, a game that is embedded in nearly every culture across the globe. Its fans range from passionate to fanatic and its recent absence from Lockdown life has been felt keenly from the boardroom to the living room. Football is an empire with a rich history, culture

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At first, the advice to stop shaking hands didn’t seem like a big deal and was met with elbow bumps and a snigger. Pressing pause on a social custom that reeks of boys’ club business to fight the pandemic seemed sensible and innocuous. Now there are calls to discard the practice for good to dispel

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The number six has gone A-list, enjoying an opportunistic wave of popularity as it rides the tide of the corona pandemic. People are frantically counting numbers in their social group fearful that an extra pair of feet will cost them hundreds of pounds as well as increasing their risk of exposure. Social media is rammed

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As lockdown loomed over us in March it didn’t take psychic abilities to see how this was going to go down in a house of pre-teens and teenagers.

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As spring continues apace, it’s time to continue our mad march through the many dizzying interpretations of rebirth. There’s one for everyone ;) Renaissance The name given to this period of enlightenment in Europe literally translates as rebirth. The renaissance was seen as a time of intellectual and artistic awakening, a rebirth of ancient Greek

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For sure, March is a dickens of a month full of contrasts. Simultaneously, it signifies the start of spring with the fresh wakeful colours of bright yellow daffodils while still buffering us with fierce winds.

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February, surely, is the damp squib of the year. It’s the tail end of winter with just enough rotten weather, poor lighting and on the wrong side of spring. February is 50 shades of grey without the orgasm. It’s little wonder we allow the hallmark industry to blast our lives in red as they festoon

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Food has been a favourite muse for artists since the first cavemen painted their prey and the renaissance provided us with an endless gallery of fruit bowls. Today social media has created its own virtual food mountain piled high with image upon image of peoples’ dinners and future sociological historians will certainly wonder why. And

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Beneath our feet the earth shifts and fidgets, like a classic case of ADHD, playing with tectonic plates, the planets very own, home-grown fidget toys. The simile ‘as solid as a rock’ looks pretty silly considering the world below is constantly in a state of flux. It’s slow but continuous as the continents drift and

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