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Friday, April 13, 2012

Welsh Boundary Changes Part 3: South East Wales

April 13, 2012

For our final post on the proposed Parliamentary constituency boundaries in Wales, we turn to South East Wales, stretching from the Rhondda and Vale of Glamorgan in the west to the River Wye in the east, taking in the preserved counties of Gwent, South Glamorgan and most of Mid Glamorgan (with the exception of Bridgend […]

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#443: 2012, Graham Coxon, What’ll It Take

April 13, 2012

Finally, I’ve found a 2012 song worthy of posting here at Songs To Learn And Sing.  It was almost two months ago that I was bemoaning the lack of songs this year worth featuring.  Since then, both George and Ray have posted songs from 2012 (in the latter case, after a false turn) but I’ve […]

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It Was 20 Years (and 4 Days) Ago Today: 5 Random Reflections on the 1992 General Election

April 13, 2012

There was, understandably, plenty written about the twentieth anniversary of the 1992 general election over the weekend. It is an election which was especially painful for the left, not so much because of the defeat, but because up until election day itself, there was hope that John Major’s Tories would lose. And that was all […]

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