On Monday May 13th , from 1pm onwards, I will be taking part in a web tv debate on the issue of assisted suicide. I am representing the no lobby, of course. The debate will go live and you can watch it here. And please send in your views andRead More about Web TV Debate
I have finally come out the other end of a period of chronic pain. Spending three weeks coping with a level of pain that meant sleep was impossible, driving would have been very inadvisable and even dressing became too difficult to consider has dramatic effects on both your physical andRead More about Anatomy of Agony
This week my wife Diane and I spent a day in Cambridge. We went there to have a look round as it is one of the places Diane would like to study for her doctorate in Physics. It is a lovely city and we had a great time wondering roundRead More about A visit to Cambridge – what a difference a day makes.
Yesterday’s ITV national news at 6.30pm ran the story of Tony Nicklingson, who, after having a stroke, suffers from “locked in syndrome”. This means while is mentally he is fully functioning, physically he is only able to move his eyes and head. He cannot speak but communicates via a spellingRead More about Here we go again… or watch out for the slippery slope.