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New Holland to Hull (Corporation Pier)

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Kensington Olympia to Clapham Junction

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Blake Hall

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Taplow

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Cardiff Castle

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Chilworth

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Ashford to Headcorn

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Bank

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Golden Arrow

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Wembley Stadium

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London Cannon Street

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Hatton Cross

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Aldwych

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Goole

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Deal to Calais

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Trusting Your Team (Part 1): Framed

This is one of a series of Life Junctions posts. Each tells a story from my life that illustrates a wider human issue. This tale concerns honesty and justice. If you’re interested in [...]

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Show Salute

This is one of a series of Life Junctions posts. Each tells a story from my life that illustrates a wider human issue. This tale concerns trust and security. If you’re interested in writing [...]

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The Shellscrape

This is one of a series of Life Junctions posts. Each tells a story from my life that illustrates a wider human issue. This tale concerns trust and security. If you’re interested in writing [...]

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Rush Hour Blackberries

Imagine if your rush-hour commute faded away to a surreal moment picking blackberries, and viewing a cross in the sky. It happened when my busy train stopped, reminding me of Edward [...]

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Are digital clusters the answer?

It’s all about clustering. That was the distinct message I took away from the excellent East London meets East Kent / Emerging meets Established event. On 12th February I hopped on the 6:30 train [...]

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Interviewing a clairvoyant and a medium together

Saturday 18th January 2014. They are billed as renowned clairvoyant medium Roy Roberts and international stage hypnotist Chris Gillies. I was asked to produce a radio interview ahead of their [...]

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So how was the 2013 Business Show?

Eyewitness is an occasional series of blogs that concentrates on some direct experiences we have during our work. I believe in constantly tuning in to the latest developments and trends. Much is [...]

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A useful book: Dying to Know

[2013 Archive] I completed a sensitive and useful book for Oonagh Bastille of Haven Asset Management. This is entitled ‘Dying to Know’ and is by Oonagh Bastille, herself an Independent Financial [...]

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A cultural ‘duty’ but not a religious one.

Human rights have evolved from being about the basics of life, food, education and health to other more nuanced issues, and in some cases one ‘right to…’ competes with another ‘right [...]

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‘The Real Kent Coast’

Please note that I partially rewrote this post in November 2016. While the fundamental problems remained, the political scene had transformed in the 3 years since I originally wrote it especially [...]

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James Peacock – Peppers Interview

  On a very warm Wednesday in September 2013 I had an excellent day shadowing James Peacock who runs Peppers, the well-established health food shop in Deal High Street. I had a chance to [...]

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The Syrian front in the wider georeligious war

[Note: I wrote this piece in 2013 as the British Government sought Parliamentary approval to intervene militarily in Syria. The subsequent years of stalemate in the gruesome civil war have been [...]