I’m working with a number of different campaigns at the moment, and am putting together a shopping list of needs for the coming months. Hoping to hear from individuals or companies who can provide the following services: Website design – need a punchy, campaign-driven theme for a relatively small WordPress based campaign site, published in […]
We spent from 5.30am on Sunday morning at the local library, or biblioteca, less than 100m from my home in Sant Cugat del Vallès, a town of 87,000 just over the hill from Barcelona. My partner and her father are from the French part of Catalonia, or Catalunya Nord, as it’s known. None of us could vote in the independence referendum, but after the authoritarian behaviour of the Spanish authorities in recent weeks, we wanted to help protect the voting centres.
About a month ago, Deutsche Welle journalist Irene Quaile AKA Iceblogger wrote, in a piece titled Some Arctic good news – not #fakenews!
“With the environment and climate under constant fire from the actions of President Trump, it is great to end the week with a little piece of good news”.
What a year – moving countries, working for Antarctic and Arctic protection and joining the quest to halt international trade deals in between.
We’re all here, nose to tail, thanks to the “border controls” that the French government, brought into force following the Paris November 13th attacks. In a previous article, I documented my recent slow crossing from Belgium into France. That crossing was rip-roaringly rapid in comparison to today’s torpid crawl. This is the real deal, with three 120 kilometre-an-hour lanes slowed to nothing, then funneled into one. It’s a farce.