There’s no need to be crass, but sometimes you just have to call it like it is. One of my favourite lecturers once described Cicero as Caesar and Pompey’s “little bitch” and it’s safe to say that’s not a lecture I’m going to forget.
Edmund Kelly examines the aftermath of the government’s hastily imposed travel restrictions
“It is a truth universally acknowledged” that since man stepped behind a camera we have been subjected to some particularly questionable attempts at adapting those ‘classics’ we hold so dear. The dilemma – to adapt or not to adapt – is a pressing one. ‘Classics’ is not a term I use lightly; on the surface, Read More…
Amidst the announcement of a two week quarantine period for travellers returning from Spain, France and Belgium after a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases, venturing outside of the UK for a holiday seems to have become wrought with more stress than usual. The fear of spreading Coronavirus is still very much palpable (and justifiably so), meaning that the pressure of having a nice holiday extends past just getting to the airport on time.