Monthly Archives: September 2013

Stuart’s Five Minute Friday Focus – 20 September 2013

This week’s focus: In an interview earlier this week the Pope has warned that the Catholic Church is too focused on doctrines. He said the Church had become tied up in “small-minded rules” and risked losing its true moral purpose. … Continue reading

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Is This The World’s Least Welcoming Hotel?

Last weekend, together with a group of friends, I cycled The Way Of The Roses, a 170-mile journey from Morecambe (my home town) to Bridlington. Although I’d decided to stay with my parents for the night, I went with the … Continue reading

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Stuart’s Five Minute Friday Focus – 6 September 2013

This week’s focus: I’m beginning to think that there must be a training school for UK politicians that focuses on how to cock up major IT projects. Following debacles with NHS systems, air traffic control and passport control, it’s now … Continue reading

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