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Colin Dunne started something with his piece last week about Money for Old Rope and, not surprisingly, a number of expenses claims were immediately submitted but many of them have been rejected by the EDITORIAL MANAGER, with a (courteous) note asking for them to be revised and re-submitted. FRED WEHNER

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This Week #9

Blowing in the wind By Paul Bannister Obituary: Christine Garbutt Running amok with the Style Book By Austin Wormleighton My first murder By Geoffrey Mather Taking tea with a poisoner By Edward Rawlinson Gone fishing By Alan Knight Upstick job arsewards, stop By Revel Barker How to be a toady

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This week

Darkroom Rwanda by Alun John Unfair On ‘Mr. Manchester’? – A Different View by Robert Waterhouse My Search For Utopia… by John Harris In Search Of Decent Conversation by Geoffrey Mather Sinking Your Teeth Into Journalism by Ian Skidmore A Weaver Of Tales by Edward Rawlinson I Knew Eric Wainwright by Colin Dunne     Location, location,

Number 4
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Number 4

Bombed out of their minds by Revel Barker You couldn’t make it up by Paul Bannister The Petri Dish Kid by Joe Mullins Life’s burning ambitions by Geoffrey Mather Danish Blue by Ian Skidmore The Blade, and Di by Patrick O’Gara The Queen and I by Revel Barker    

Whiffenpoofs and Rankers
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The first edition

The golden boys by Paddy Byrne There stands the enemy by Ian Skidmore Treadling a goat by Geoffrey Mather Living in a democracy by Paul Bannister The Last Cuckoo by Revel Barker Poems written on columns (Keith Preston) No-one but a bloghead by Ian Skidmore Campbell’s kingdom by Revel Barker