Yes, this is a regularly used airfield. There’s a wonk in it halfway down that tossed the little planes back up in the air on landing. I’m amazed there wasn’t a bird strike, as clouds of gulls ascended every time a Plane went over.
Well, of course I’m going to give it to you in color. Bonus cloud shot. Those skies! All images courtesy A. Badger.
So Corbyn is Hanging in there, despite losing the no confidence vote 172 to 40. More than 50 people in his cabinet have resigned.
He was elected Leader by a large majority of party members — sixty percent, I think — and he’s insisting that has more legitimacy than a vote by MPs. Which may accurately reflect the current populist mood of the electorate.
Orrrr…it may be that he’s hanging on until the Chilcot Report is published next week. He’s vowed to use his position as party leader to push for prosecution of Blair for war crimes, if anything in the report will back it up. Many of the MPs voting to oust him are, at the least, Blair sympathizers if not actual Blairites.
Wheels within wheels, eh?