About Dan Wilson
Citizen, Brightonian, writer, editor, author, reader, punner, eBay bore, infovore, Briton, Sussex man, plastic paddy, radical centrist, extreme moderate, atheist, secularist, totter, Whovian, Tintinologist, Blue Peter badge winner, LSE graduate, Old Etonian, European, remoaner, randomaniac, bad historian, raconteur, psychogeographer, flaneur, Shakespearean, reluctant Stratfordian, amateur pedant, natural blond, bibliophile, logophile, barfly. Harvey’s Best. Cords. Viva Espana! Read more »
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I can find no evidence that Guy Verhofstadt and Elton John have ever been seen in the same room. I think we can say safely that is CONCLUSIVE!
Be careful, a lot of London taxi drivers won't accept Scottish court rulings.
Boycott Boycott.Alistair Martin🙄🇮🇪🇪🇺@Al_toMyFriends
If this is true, it's sensational. (I can well imagine it is true.)
I wonder do the English realise that they send more money to Northern Ireland each year than they do to the EU. £10.8 billion compared to £8.6 billion.
On Sunday 17th March 2019, there was only once place to go. Downpatrick in County Down where history says he … Read More
The rather beautiful harbour at Annalong boasts a beautiful stone quay and also an old cornmill. And the town has … Read More
To many, if not most, British politicians, indeed to most people who live in the United Kingdom, the border that … Read More
We were looking at small desks online and identical items are available for sale on both eBay and Amazon. These … Read More
I’d say that this new postcard is very much a companion to the previous one I published here. It shows … Read More
My Facebook review of Macbeth at the Vaults in London from Filter theatre in 2015. #37shadesofshakespeare It’s a long way … Read More
In 2014 and 2015 I set out on an odyssey to see the traditional Shakespeare canon in a year. This … Read More
Here is an old postcard showing El Puerto de Mazarron (which I tend to call PDM or the port) in … Read More
Last summer I was in hospital for 23 nights, some of it on the critical care ward. I was discharged … Read More
Eclectic is an overused word but when describing the collection at the Seaford Museum is is scarcely adequate. Eccentric, haphazard, … Read More
It was a beautiful sunny spring day with a wedding due to happen at the chunky, fascinating church in Firle … Read More
I unearthed some old images from 2012 when cleaning up my computer and they show St Bartholomew’s church in Brighton … Read More
The sturdy church at Laughton in East Sussex isn’t particularly ancient, but it enjoys a peaceful setting and 13th century … Read More