World Socialist Website, early today: The staggering hypocrisy of Wimbledon’s ban on Russian and Belarusian tennis players David Walsh Play began at the 135th edition of the Wimbledon tennis tournament in London on Monday without the participation of Russian or … Read More »
Just outside Long Eaton today. *
Telesureenglish.net yesterday: Political, religious, and social leaders, as well as former dignitaries from different parts of the planet, expressed their sorrow for the death of the Argentinean idol. There is no doubt that the death of Diego Armando Maradona has … Read More »
That UK media are owned by billionaires and/or dependent on market forces is insufficiently appreciated. Even those who in theory grasp the significance of such ownership patterns and market dependence too often abandon their understanding in the face of relentless … Read More »
I’ve just taken delivery of an inflatable kayak, the Sevylor Colorado – well reviewed by experts and owners alike, and just £274 on eBay. It weighs fourteen-point-five kilos but that’s without paddle, air-pump, buoyancy aid and (my prime motive) camping … Read More »
Thanks to Jawed Siddiqi for alerting me to this. Heartwarming.
Sheffield, yesterday, in pictures.
I used to play rugby union as a schoolboy – hooker and fly half – but never excelled. The girls game can be really exciting with plenty of good runs, though as a photographer you seldom have time simply … Read More »