Category: Series 69 –

July 10, 2021 admin123@ No comments exist

Break “You can lament the flaws of England’s ruling classes – their failure to plan for Brexit & Covid, their inability to break the straitjacket of history – or you can come to SW19 & delight in a microcosm where those flaws are not decisive.” Henry Mance, Financial Times 3 Jul 2021 | Wimbledon Diary…

July 7, 2021 admin123@ No comments exist

Tips “The English football fan is one of the most deluded & over-sentimentalised creatures in modern life.  We are, after all, people who sit in the stands, bellowing match tips to world-class athletes.” Robert Shrimsley, Financial Times 24 Apr 2021 | Fans 1 Owners 0: but don’t be fooled Line of the Day     …

July 6, 2021 admin123@ No comments exist

Fit in “Wanting to fit in can be highly persuasive.  Dating apps, including Tinder & Bumble, decided last week to let users display their vaccination status on their profiles.”  Tom Calver, Sunday Times 20 Jun 2021 | Nudge, nudge: the secret behind our jab success Line of the Day               …

June 25, 2021 admin123@ No comments exist

Decay “I wonder if we can glimpse the first stirrings of British disquiet in Chesham, a pushback against the moral decay at the top of government.” Matthew Syed, Sunday Times 20 Jun 2021 | Forget economics & politics: the West’s real problem is a moral one Line of the Day             …

June 19, 2021 admin123@ No comments exist

Hurt “Severely hurt by the realization that their presence is irrelevant to workforce productivity, many Chief Executives are urging staff to return to the office.” Tom Braithwaite,  Financial Times 19 Jun 2021 | Tech’s pandemic winners offer clues to the future of work Line of the Day                 …