How do you get your news? Maybe you would describe me as leftwing, but what I want from news is truth. Every morning I hear the BBC Today's programme give out the news with a dry and impersonal nature but I do not necessarily believe them or the politicians that are interviewed.
I go to my favourite newspaper, the Guardian, I read Marian Hyde and John Crace for humour over politics but clever words do not make a truth and have no effect on people such as BJ. I turn to Paul Waugh of the 'Waugh War Zone', he potters around on other people's blogs and analysis's in a fair way. Andrew Neil's new, and I have to say this, rightwing radio programme, is already getting the thumbs down.
On the television I turn to Channel 4 for what I believe is good, local and world wide truth, but I see there is a plot afoot to undermine it in some way, similar to the need to take the BBC down.
We wander from day to day in a blizzard of changing circumstance, Brexit is now only coming to the fore as the pandemic in this country slips away.
I know in parliament that there are people called to account for their behaviour, Cummings being the latest, but we need our Prime Minister up on the charge of blatant footling around in a role he should not be in. However many lies he tells, they should be called in, do not let him rest on us coming through the pandemic with flying colours - we didn't. And now as they, the Cabinet, blunder and flounder their way through Brexit remember to spread your reading.....