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July caption competition

I thought it may be time for a bit of light relief with another caption competition.  This picture shows me being interviewed recently by DeHavilland on the constitutional implications of the UK exiting the EU.  When I saw the picture, … Continue reading

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And the winner of the May contest…

There was an excellent crop of entries for the caption competition.  Not for the first time, I was spoiled for choice.  A number of entries had an EU theme, generating some wry humour, some cleverly linking the theme to the … Continue reading

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May caption competition

The picture for the May caption competition shows me chairing the debate on membership of the EU with Conservative MP Graham Brady (supporting leave) and Sir Vice Cable (supporting remain).  As ever, the winning entry will be the one that in … Continue reading

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The winner…

A drum roll…   I can now announce the winner of the latest caption competition.  There were some very good entries.  Indeed, I don’t think that on this occasion there was a duff submission.  Put another way, you were all possible … Continue reading

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April caption competition

This month’s caption competition shows me and Dr Matt Beech at a PSA specialist group on Conservatives and Conservatism event, taken some time ago.   As usual, the challenge is to come up with a caption that is witty and particularly appropriate … Continue reading

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The March caption competition

I appreciate that it is time for a new caption competition, so here is the one for March.  The picture was taken when I opened the Norton Lodge at my old school, Louth King Edward VI Grammar School.  The winner … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Selecting a winner from all the entries in the latest competition was far from easy.  I narrowed it down to six.   It was a close run thing, given that several met the ‘laugh out loud’ test, not least because they were … Continue reading

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