Andy Salt
Simply asserting something does not make it the truth, in politics or otherwise.
Here's an assessment of UK politics in the run up to the 2017 general election.
Andy Salt
This is a very British affair; homely, historical, quirky, understated, a little awkward with a faint but pervasive air of decline.
Another TravelZoo voucher propels me hungrily on a splendid food journey at Lovelady Shield Country House Hotel, in a slightly forgotten tract of the North Pennines.
Andy Salt
Suffering a lack of influence is undemocratic, which is why centrists currently have their knickers in a twist.
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Work is a treadmill running precisely at your top speed.
Time is a precious commodity. Education is wasted on the young. Clutter is the cataract of lucidity. Choice is civilisation's burden.
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'Where are all the trees?', I used to ask.
A glimmer of spring sunshine inspires a gentle walk from Wessenden Head to Marsden, taking in four reservoirs en route.
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For those of us with combined interests in Photoshop, photography and also writing, the calligram is a technique worth trying.
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There was never a time when there was not too much to do, we were in a perpetual state of nearly failing.
Organisational culture can create an incredibly intimidating working environment, in which stress is the norm. But adversity can also bring out the antidote. Here's my story...
Andy Salt
A lie is no more potent than the truth without an audience.
What are lies? Who do they serve? How do they work? With Trump and Brexit firmly in our consciousness, these are the questions of our time.
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Essentially, my telephoto zoom is now my legs.
Exploring the on-board art filters in an Olympus Pen-F camera, using a 17mm prime lens, for landscape photography at Lower Laithe Reservoir near Haworth.
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Wholesome, this is. Gourmet, this isn't.
A TravelZoo voucher triggers an eventful outing to the Barbon Inn, taking in Devil's Bridge and Ruskin's View on a picturesque walk from Kirkby Lonsdale.