So, in the end, it didn’t actually ‘come home’. A valiant effort, growing into the tournament as it wore on, yet inevitably (perhaps) unravelled by a penalty shootout. So very England. We’ve seen it all before. We can debate long… Read moreIt’s coming home… but when?
The impact of Donald Trump’s four years in the White House will be felt for quite some time to come, but the sense of relief at his departure will be felt far and wide. The world need no longer hold… Read moreHope not hate – Biden sweeps into the White House
There is no end in sight for lockdown, is there? Despite the vaccine rolling out in the UK at apparently break-neck speed, the government confirmed yesterday that schools in England will not re-open before March (at the earliest), which suggests that… Read moreCovid calamity in the UK
‘Project Restart’. Wednesday evening finally saw the resumption of Premier League hostilities and since then, we’ve had pretty much a full programme played out in eerily empty stadia, as clubs look to conclude business and sort out issues of relegation… Read moreProject Restart? More like a misfire
The death of George Floyd at the hands of a white Minneapolis police officer has sparked a wave of demonstrations, protests and downright rioting around the world. The appalling (and seemingly deliberate) act has reignited the race debate and has… Read moreGeorge Floyd’s killing has ignited the black touchpaper