Just a quick note to say that I’m on vacation on England’s sunny south coast. Next column should be up by 7th August. Plan A is to write about an extraordinary judgment in the Northern Ireland High Court by a Remainer judge, no offense intended, which may have doomed the Northern Ireland Protocol.  

I had hoped to get a column up today, but of course as soon as everybody knew I was going away they landed me with extra work! Next vacation I’ll wait till I’m away before I tell everybody!

All is chaos in the UK this week thanks to the Cabinet Office’s instruction to the NHS to ping thousands of people at random in order to bring the economy to a halt, as part of the Sino-German program of economic sabotage. The Chinese and Jerry are no doubt having a hissy-fit over the failure of the Delta variant to beat the vaccines.  


Durdle Door is one of the Jurassic Coast’s most iconic landscapes. It is a natural arch, formed from a layer of hard limestone standing almost vertically out of the sea.

Durdle Door stands at the foot of a steep path followed by a set of wooden steps. At the foot of this path are a pair of shingle beaches – Durdle Door to the West and Man o’ War Cove to the East.

The stretch of footpath between Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove goes up and down a steep, but spectacular, walking path.

Durdle Door is part of Lulworth Estate.

Jurassic Coast

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