SUCH has been the excitement of this general election's seven-party tie that there's been barely any time for nonsense.
I'm pretty sure I worried more that summer's day about how the Small Faces were doing in the charts than about history's hand.
HERE, in the heart of Catalonia, a certain Luis Suarez is proof positive that almost anything can, and will, be forgiven in football.
Yemen is in despair.
The other Sunday I crossed a Rubicon.
When the not very bright grandson of the old sorciere burnt himself when throwing petrol on his barbecue, the village mayor knew who to call.
EXERCISE is a fat lot of use, according to new research.
CHAMBERS Dictionary defines the word "discussion" thus: n, debate, argument or conversation; a detailed treatment in speech or writing; the dispersion of a tumour (surg).
Keeping children safe is a priority for our policing service.
THE number of women in Britain getting themselves to a nunnery has reached a 25-year high with figures trebling in the past five years.
We all know the feeling.
THERE's an amusing spoof history documentary on Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy circulating at present on YouTube.
THERE is a very funny spoof circulating on YouTube of a history documentary about Jim Murphy in which a Nationalist channels Neil Oliver for comedic effect.
This is in the nature of a confession.
Today is the 10th anniversary of the Scottish Parliament passing the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act and the irony of such an Anglocentric date, St George's Day and William Shakespeare's putative birthday, was not completely lost on the Gaels in the public gallery that spring afternoon observing this piece of linguistic history.