n.b. It has been a quiet winter so far out here in East Anglia’s hilly city, but now the wind is getting involved, stirring the pot, dragging the cold air with it through the streets like an impatient parent leading a tardy child to the school gate.
teachers train children how to shelter under desks essential life skills
n.b. Under the constant stress of invasion threat, imagine sending your child to school to be taught how to behave during a bombing run? Not unlike the USA, where children have to be taught how to respond to risk of mass shootings. While mankind learns nothing and continues to ‘profit’ from arms manufacture.
oh! sorry, you didn't mean 'aggressively' you meant 'economically' ~ pardon my mis-placed fears of superpower war it's about money ~ the three million citizens of old Kiev put up for auction
n.b. Money talks, not peace talks? ‘Economic sanctions’. Nice. The arms industry clearly could do with a new market place. Afghanistan, Chechnya, Syria, so now Ukraine. There will be a pile on in arms shares. Sickening. Now Putin just has to check whether he can afford to invade before waving his troops in.
houses for workers became homes of unemployed miles from anywhere
n.b. Not much going on in the old pit villages, unless you can afford a car. As you can see, not many cars, although one has an L-plate. Too many places in England have been built over the years out on a limb, so when the work goes the people become isolated.
Will the Internet and working from home technology bring decent wages back to the hills?