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Guyana’s New Beginning

  • May 16, 2015
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Divide-and-rule was always the special hallmark of British imperialism.     It’s a technique that worked well for Britain in its imperial heyday, and which was also brought into play during the ‘end of empire’ twilight,   when successive British governments sought to shape the political arrangments in their colonies in favour of their own...

My Father’s House: Official Re-Launch!

  • April 09, 2014
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After more than a decade out of print, my 1998 memoir My Father’s House: In Search of a Lost Past officially comes into existence today as a self-published e-book.     It’s available at Amazon, iBooks, Kobo and other outlets at £3.99 ($6.99).     My Father’s House is my most personal book,...

Let’s Talk about Immigration

  • March 06, 2013
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On the train coming back from London today, I had a great conversation with two retired Guyanese nurses, who were on their way to Chesterfield, where they had once done their training.

Both of them left Guyana many years ago, as so   many Guyanese did during the disastrous Burnham decades, so we had a lot...

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