Monthly Archives: March 2022

Cheltenham National Hunt Festival 2022: Blackmore Seals It Late

Well, what more can you say about the Irish jump jockey sensation Rachael Blackmore and her racing trainer compatriot, Henry De Bromhead, as they capped off the 2022 Cheltenham Festival with victory in the yesterday’s main event – Gold Cup … Continue reading

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Sanctions Against Putin Inc: 2 Decades too Late?

The sanctions pushed by Western governments in recent weeks against Russian president Vladimir Putin and his circle of oligarchs, after decades of investments and extravagance in the West, was long overdue. Such vast levels of financial investments into the UK … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day & the Missed Chance on Jamaica’s New Banknotes

When Nigel Clarke (Jamaica’s finance minister) addressed parliament yesterday and announced a raft of new bank notes I thought from the display it must be April Fools. The names of the individuals on these notes are roughly the same from … Continue reading

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Warne the Wizard of Spin

Only last Sunday I heard Shane Warne guesting on the Sky Sports cricket podcast hosted by Rob Key and Nasser Hussain. On that podcast Warne explained his coaching plans for the London Spirit cricket team for the upcoming season of … Continue reading

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From NFL to the US Supreme Court 2 Black Female Lawyers take Centre Stage, Paradoxically

During the past 2 weeks of black history month it has been an interesting period on the legal front for African American women. Last Friday, Ketanji Brown Jackson became the first African American female to be nominated to the US … Continue reading

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