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A POISONOUS DEBATE

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I read a story this week about a woman who left her husband of twenty-two years, reportedly because he voted for Donald Trump and...

GETTING YOUR HANDS ON A NICE COURGETTE

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I found it difficult to look at a courgette this week; the same goes for broccoli and lettuce too. After all, how could I...

ARE YOU FRIENDLY?

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This week, I received a very cross email from Dawn, a regular reader of ‘Letters from the Atlantic’. Dawn is a British expat who...

CARNIVAL TIME AGAIN

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Christmas, New Year and Three Kings Day are all over at last, as is Blue Monday (16 January), which is the most depressing day...

GETTING TOUGH ON BUILDERS

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Since the World economic recession in 2008, and many would say long before that, builders and developers have been accused of holding onto land...

HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?

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I have always enjoyed gardening. I don't mean the heavy-duty grind of growing vegetables, cutting hedges or mowing the lawn, but setting and growing...

A GLIMMER OF HOPE FOR EXPATS IN EUROPE

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If you happen to be a determined Brexiter, it is probably better that you do not read this article, since it may lead you...

CUBA, CASTRO AND THE CANARY ISLANDERS

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The death of Cuba’s former President and Prime Minister, Fidel Castro, has provoked much attention in the media this week. Reaction has covered the...

A NICE CUP OF TEA

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  During these gloomy, cold, winter days of the post Brexit referendum, when the anointing of Donald Trump as the new leader of Western democracy...