Prime Minister Etherington sat at his desk, staring at the reports laid out before him. The words swam before his eyes, with particular phrases leering at him. “Possible conspiracy”…. “grave threat to the nation”…. “utmost importance”…. “imminent danger”… “I have no idea what to make of all of this. Can any of it be substantiated?” […]
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There has been a lot of talk on the Internet of late about plans in the UK to close many public libraries as their latest idea for saving money. Other people clearly feel the same way, if the #savelibraries hashtag on Twitter is anything to go by. Personally, I’m absolutely horrified at the idea – […]
I’ve put aside my usual forays into flash fiction to write this. It’s in honour of the appalling debacle of British politics that has formed our 2010 General Election. * * * He sits on a sofa in a sunny corridor. He can feel himself sinking into the seat pad. He wonders how many have […]