IT IS Easter Sunday, arguably the most holy day in the Christian calendar, and if Britain really were a "Christian country" as David Cameron declared last week, then one would expect a great many of us would be at church.
Alastair Campbell always said his notorious comment "we don't do God" was misinterpreted.
For the last few years, peace groups in many countries have focussed attention on worldwide military expenditure with a Global Day of Action, which took place this week.
THOUGH the notion might prompt a mass spluttering of cornflakes over breakfast tables, there are places in the UK where bankers are the business.
It was the 1970s; it was always Baltic. In between power cuts, Colditz and The World at War were on TV. It was always dark too.