Author Archives: Paul Sinha

About Paul Sinha

Trundling along, quizzing,joking and watching a lot of sport.

White Van Man.

Never mind a week, it seems that a few days is a very long time in politics. This time last week Emily Thornberry must have thought of her trip to Rochester is little more than a dispiriting window dressing exercise … Continue reading

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It’s been a month………….

It has been a month since I last blogged. Quite a lot has happened in that month, so here goes. 1. I have finished another radio series. It’s called Paul Sinha’s History Revision and it is an attempt at trying … Continue reading

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National Coming Out Day. My tales.

Friends I had always known. Even as a kid  it felt as natural a part of me as loving cricket and singing along to Boney M. I felt confused and frustrated that it was me who was burdened with feelings … Continue reading

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British Bill of Rights

Finally it seems, David Cameron has seen sense and promised to repeal the Human Rights Act and replace it with a British Bill of Rights. Brilliant. We are not human after all. We are better than that. We are British. … Continue reading

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Do I like Icke ?

I have a long documented dysfunctional relationship with the concept of celebrity, my ability to get utterly star struck often leaving me awkward and tongue tied. But the relationship has definitely improved, and there have been recordings of Celebrity Chase … Continue reading

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Help for Heroes

I certainly have no shortage of support for uber charity Help for Heroes. I think it a terrible shame that such a charity needs to exist, and perhaps more politicians eagerly embracing the charity should take the time to ponder … Continue reading

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Motor neurone disease.

 In Britain we call it motor neurone disease, and umbrella term that describes a number of neurodegenerative disorders. For those with long memories it was the condition that saw off one of Britain’s most beloved screen stars David Niven. In … Continue reading

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