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Portrait caption competition

I am conscious that it has been some months since I posted the last caption competition.  Now is probably a good time for a bit of light relief before I resume posts on serious issues, including reverting to some issues … Continue reading

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Christmas caption competition: the winner..

There were some remarkably varied and inventive entries for the Christmas caption competition.  I was spoiled for choice in selecting a winner.  I enjoyed both entries by Tony Sands, not least his first which some may think was at attempt at … Continue reading

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Christmas caption competition

As promised, a Christmas caption competition.  The picture shows me with colleagues at a recent University Open Day.  Readers are invited to contribute a witty and appropriate (and in reasonably good taste) caption. I tend to think the pictures are … Continue reading

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Winner of the November caption competition

There were some good entries for the November caption competition and more than I was expecting.  There were several contenders – it was difficult to select a frontrunner – that focused on the fact that the benches were red.  Some … Continue reading

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November caption competition…

I am conscious I have not done a post for some time.  It has been a hectic few weeks – we are already at the half-way point of the teaching semester.  I plan to catch up on posts.  I thought … Continue reading

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Winner of the August caption competition…

There were, as usual, some good and inventive entries for the caption competition.  Perhaps not surprisingly, the lampshade figured fairly prominently.  Some of these lampshade-inspired entries made it to the shortlist.  Rob Cadman neatly managed to link the lampshade with my hand … Continue reading

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Caption competition – the Lord is guiding

This month’s caption competition derives from the Workshop of Parliamentary Scholars and Parliamentarians (see previous post).  At each Workshop, I provide a guided your of the venue – Wroxton Abbey, which is actually a Jacobean mansion (built on the site … Continue reading

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