A Sunday ponder: International Women’s Day. What’s it all about? Of course I’m in support, why wouldn’t I be? Obviously, it’s important and, without doubt, the rights of women, their safety and equality should be at the top of everyone’s agenda. There are women and girls in the world who can’t get education, who are […]
What the Glasgow bin lorry tragedy might tell us
Jai is for….
Glasgow 2014: My hopes for the legacy
It started with a heat wave and ended with a monsoon. Glasgow 2014: the party’s more or less over. As I write Kylie (or someone who sounds an awful lot like her) is apparently doing a sound-check for her appearance at the closing ceremony. I’m a bit sad it’s all over – although the neglected bits […]
Signs you’ve embraced the spirit of the Commonwealth Games.
Slap bang in the middle of the Commonwealth Games it feels like it’s been going on for ages, in fact sometimes it’s hard to imagine life without it… or maybe it’s just me. Here are some signs you’ve got the Glasgow 2014 bug: It has become entirely normal to spend your life with a label around your […]