The UK's membership of the Horizon science funding scheme is in danger despite everyone agreeing said membership is beneficial to all.
My comments on the six years Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe spent detained in Iran, and on the Metropolitan Police's pursuit of the lockdown party-gate affair.
The Pandora papers are allegedly a 'revelation' about what rich people do with their money, but I reckon we knew all this anyway.
I wondered if this Dominic Cummings business was just about petty revenge, but it turns out it's about money.
Why nurses can solve the logistics problems we'll suffer at ports as a result of Brexit.
Confirmation bias is blight on human decision making. Are there ways we can avoid it?
The UK government is investigating the idea of building a bridge from Scotland to Northern Ireland. Here are my thoughts on this idea.
I've sorted out the problems with Universal Credit in a few paragraphs. I wonder why the government finds this so difficult?
A writing instructor has an article in The New York Times praising the US whistle-blower's use of English.
The government underestimates another project, this time it's HS2. Why do they always underestimate these things?
The puzzling issue of the Brexit backstop, and the even more puzzling issue of The Rock's acting.
Priti Patel mirrors a lot of the world's governments as she wants backdoors into end-to-end encryption. The trouble is, most governments have no idea what they're doing.
A summary of the UK's Online Harms White Paper, which aims to prevent 'online harm' by regulating certain internet-based companies.
My own view of the Brexit situation based on an (admitedly small) number of friends whose preferences I'm aware of.
Donald Trump now thinks Google Search is biased agains him and blusters on about it, threatening consequences. Google issued denial.
Gizmodo takes a look at Jeremy Corbyn's plans to promote journalism by levying a windfall tax on big tech. There are some problems with this plan.
An article by the BBC about the prevalence of fake news. Some MPs are calling for greater regulation to combat this, particularly online.
A rare diversion into politics for me about why it's all rather pointless when it comes to effecting real change.