Saturday December 14, 2019

There is no map for where we’re bound

The new year sees us voyaging on a sea of uncertainties, with unpredictable dangers approaching on all sides

1st January, 2017
9/11 was the signal for the ensuing avalanche

Who, this time last year, could have predicted the extraordinary political events that have taken place? Who would have predicted that Britain would vote to leave the EU and that the US would elect a reality TV host as president? Who today, given the extraordinary tidal rip of political waters in which we find ourselves, might attempt any prognosis at all for 2017?

It’s probably not an exaggeration to suggest that future historians may come to...

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