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Boris Johnson paid tribute to Joe Biden’s well-attested love of the railways by choosing a sleek silver Amtrak train to travel between New York and Washington for his first White House visit as prime minister.
The mode of travel was not only a hat-tip to Mr Biden’s decades of rail commuting as senator and vice-president between his Delaware home and the capital, but also a physical reminder of the main purpose of Johnson’s US trip – to drum up support for carbon emission reductions and polluting car use.
He was rewarded for his gesture with a rambling anecdote from the president as the two of them sat down together in the Oval Office.
In comments which bore the hallmark of having been rehearsed many, many times over the years, the president told Mr Johnson how an Amtrak conductor had approached him to say that he and his colleagues had calculated that over the years, he’d covered more than 2 million miles on the route.
As panicky reporters shuddered at the thought that their precious few minutes with the two leaders were about to be swallowed up in their entirety by the older man’s reminiscences, the PM stepped in to steer the conversation back onto matters of policy, telling the president how much he shared his “belief in transport infrastructure”.
The three-hour, 225-mile journey from New York to Washington, snaking through the stunning countryside of coastal Maryland with stops in Philadelphia and Baltimore, was a rare break from the conference room and debating chamber for the prime minister in a three-day trip which has been totally dominated by climate change.
Unlike on previous trips, the deadly serious purpose of his visit prevented Mr Johnson from indulging in the usual photo-opportunities which have seen him don hard hats, try his hand at various sports or dance with local beauties in the hope of a bit of positive publicity.
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Gabriella Diment prepares a monumental bronze patinated fibreglass wall sculpture depicting household cavalry soldiers on horseback which is expected to be sold for £12,000-18,000 when it goes up for auction at Summers Place Auctions in Billinghurst, Kent
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19 September 2021
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18 September 2021
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17 September 2021
Hugo, 7, from London rides past a 4×7 metre rainbow arch, made entirely of recycled aluminium cans, which has been installed by recycling initiative ‘Every Can Counts’, in partnership with The City of London Corporation in front of St Paul’s Cathedral in London, to encourage members of the public to recycle their drinks cans ahead of recycling week, which starts on 20 September
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15 September 2021
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13 September 2021
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12 September 2021
Inspirational young fundraiser Tobias Weller crosses the finish line, near his home in Sheffield, as he completes his latest epic feat where he swam and triked his way to the end of his “awesome” year-long Ironman Challenge. This is the third challenge Tobias, who has cerebral palsy and autism, has completed, raising more than £150,000 for his school and Sheffield Children Hospital’s charity
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11 September 2021
British player Emma Raducanu, holds up the US Open championship trophy winning the women’s singles final of the US Open in New York
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10 September 2021
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9 September 2021
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8 September 2021
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A gallery employee poses for photographers next to a painting entitled “Prairie” by British artist, Louise Giovanelli during the exhibition ‘Mixing it up: Painting it up’ at the Hayward Gallery in London
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6 September 2021
Traders in the Ring at the London Metal Exchange, in the City of London, after open-outcry trading returned for the first time since March 2020, when the Ring was temporarily closed due to the pandemic
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5 September 2021
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4 September 2021
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3 September 2021
South Africa’s Ntando Mahlangu (centre) wins the Men’s 200 metres T61 Final ahead of second placed Great Britain’s Richard Whitehead at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games
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2 September 2021
A young common seal on the beach at Horsey Gap in Norfolk, as hundreds of pregnant grey seals come ashore ready for the start of the pupping season.
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1 September 2021
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31 August 2021
Gold Medallist Sarah Storey of Britain celebrates on the podium
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30 August 2021
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29 August 2021
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28 August 2021
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27 August 2021
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26 August 2021
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25 August 2021
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24 August 2021
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23 August 2021
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22 August 2021
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21 August 2021
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Instead, his attendance at the United Nations General Assembly has involved an endless sequence of 30-minute bilateral meetings with countries ranging from Ukraine to Colombia, along with a roundtable discussion with countries threatened by the impact of rising temperatures and topped off by a keynote speech on Wednesday in which he will plead with fellow leaders to come up with the emission-cutting pledges he needs to make his COP26 summit in Glasgow a success.
There was palpable relief in the UK contingent when Biden doubled his $5.6bn climate finance and the Chinese promised not to build any more polluting coal-fired power stations abroad (though notably not halting the construction of a plant a week at home). Normally poker-faced COP26 president Alok Sharma could barely suppress a smirk as the news of the American offer seeped out.
Johnson himself has been in ebullient mood, visibly relieved to be freed of the bounds of Covid restrictions and allowed back into the hurly-burly of in-person political life on which he thrives.
Though both he and the president wore black face-masks for their 90-minute chat in the Oval Office, Johnson’s first major international trip since the Biarritz summit of 2019 was characterised by a level of mingling and face-to-face interaction which feels unusual after the era of the Zoom conference.
The fact that in his public comments, Biden effectively sounded the death-knell for Johnson’s long-cherished dream of a UK/US free trade deal, as well as admonishing the PM once more for allowing Brexit to put stability in Ireland at risk, did not appear to have soured the prime minister’s trip.
He presented the president with a signed copy of astronaut Tim Peake’s plea for the protection of the planet Hello, Is This Planet Earth, while Mr Biden gave him a framed photo of their earlier meeting in Cornwall in June and a White House-branded watch
As he departed the White House for dinner with Australian counterpart Scott Morrison, the mood in Johnson’s camp was that he was delighted to be back on the world stage and to have been given reason to hope that his next major appearance – as chair of the Cop gathering – will end in success.
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Wexford Opera House, Ireland Music Venue
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National Opera House Wexford
Location: Wexford, County Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
Design: Keith Williams Architects
As part of KWA’s 20 year retrospective of their work we are pleased to feature Ireland’s multi-award winning National Opera House in Wexford:
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County Wexford, Ireland
The re-building of Wexford’s opera house by Keith Williams Architects and the Office of Public Works, was one of Ireland’s most important cultural regeneration projects of the first decade of the 21st century.
The multi-award winning venue, constructed in the heart of medieval maritime Wexford, contains the O’Reilly Theatre (780 – 855 seats), full flytower and backstage and the Jerome Hynes, a transformable second space of 170 seats, together with rehearsal, production facilities, bars, café and foyer spaces.
Carefully integrated into the historic fabric of Wexford’s medieval centre behind reinstated terraced buildings, the scale of the building and its contribution to Wexford’s silhouette only becomes apparent when viewed from the harbour. From there the new flytower appears in the skyline alongside the spires of Wexford’s two Pugin inspired churches, announcing the presence of an exceptional new cultural building in the historic townscape.
Though primarily conceived for Wexford’s autumn opera festival, the house operates as a year round arts venue, for additional Wexford Festival productions and visiting companies.
Described as one of the great small opera houses of the world, with exceptional acoustic performance, the building was officially designated as Ireland’s National Opera House in 2014.
Among many awards, the building was shortlisted for the RIAI Triennial Gold Medal 2017, and provided the base from which Wexford Festival Opera has excelled, going on to win the Best Festival Award at the 2017 International Opera Awards.
Client : Wexford Festival Opera Area: 7,235m2
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Wexford Opera House in Ireland
Location: Wexford, County Wicklow, Ireland
Design: Keith Williams Architects with the OPW
The home of the internationally recognised Wexford Festival Opera designed by Keith Williams Architects with the OPW, has recently been officially recognised by the Irish Government as Ireland’s National Opera House.
During Wexford’s annual autumn opera festival, the announcement of the renaming of the multi-award winning opera house was made on the stage of the 771 seat main auditorium by Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys, to the capacity audience at the festival’s official opening.
Ms Humphreys said she was delighted to give her “full support to the renaming of Wexford Opera House as the National Opera House. I have asked my officials to work with Wexford and the Arts Council to put this into effect, in recognition of Wexford’s position as the home of Ireland’s only custom-built opera house.”
Wexford Festival Opera Theatre Royal officially opened in 2008 and remains Ireland’s only custom-built Opera House, winning numerous national and international architectural awards. It is a year-round cultural receiving house for opera and also for multi-disciplinary performance art-forms, and is the home of Wexford Festival Opera, one of the leading opera Festivals in the world, each year attracting audiences from Ireland and abroad who travel to Wexford to experience this unique celebration of opera.
The new designation for the Wexford Opera House, which opened in 2008, means Ireland will no longer be the only country in the EU not to have a national opera house, and underlines Wexford’s status as one of Europe’s leading opera companies.
David McLoughlin, Chief Executive of Wexford Festival Opera said: “The official recognition of Wexford as Ireland’s National Opera House will help secure a legacy in opera in Ireland for generations to come, but perhaps more importantly deservedly recognises the State’s previous significant investment in the creation of what has been internationally acclaimed as ‘the best small opera house in the world’.” Congratulations are very much due to Keith Williams Architects for their superb building.
Keith Williams, Founder and Director of Design at Keith Williams Architects said: “Naturally we are thrilled that Wexford is now officially Ireland’s National Opera House. Such buildings are where art and architecture meet in a very profound way. Wexford Opera has won so many major international awards for the unique qualities of its festival and the excellence of its productions, and I am very proud of the building and the part it has played in Wexford’s success.”
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Thursday 10th December 2020
Part II Blog, not about Bateman’s or Smugglers!
but it does have news from the seas.
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Anyone know anything much about Beaked Whales? I didn’t. I saw a story in the Daily Mail’s science tab about a potential new discovery and so went off looking for more information.
Apparently there are currently 23 known species of beaked whales. As they spend their lives in deep water, they’re rarely seen. It’s said they can dive far, far below the ocean's surface - I think reporters have their facts mixed up as I’ve read anything up to 6,000′ but reckon there must’ve been an error and it’s more like 3,000′ They take little air and spend their time at this deep level for both eating purposes and to help avoid the Killer Whales who predate them. For a comparison swimmers can dive to around 20′ going up to about 40′ below for experienced free divers.
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Each species of whale emits its own distinct acoustic echolocation signals under the water. Scientists make a record of them by a code of Letter and Number and this helps identify the species. In 2018 scientists heard a signal unlike any previously recorded and attributed it to a Perrin's whale, another species of beaked whale.
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The mystery signals were first heard off the coast of California and then again north of the San Benito Islands. (contains sad information referencing climate change)
Last month, the story took a new twist.
Beaked Whale News
That link expands the story and also has some video footage. If you watch it look out for the interesting translation in the subtitles.
If they do manage to prove this is a new species, how remarkable is that, although they do say the oceans hide as many mysteries as space. Not sure how anyone could calculate that, let’s just settle on ‘still holds an awful lot’ of the unknown.
*Note: anyone spot a link between today’s write up and something mentioned in yesterdays’s video made for the Novium Museum? To be fair it’s extremely easy to miss and very obscure.
Opened in 2012, The Novium Museum is Chichester District's award-winning museum.  Built over the remains of a Roman bathhouse and with three floors of fantastic exhibitions, The Novium Museum tells the fascinating story of Chichester District and its rich heritage. It looks after 500,000 artefacts, both on display and in its store.
The museum is free for people to visit, and is located in Tower Street, close to the cathedral and just opposite Chichester Library.
The remains of the Roman baths fill much of the ground floor gallery, with an audio visual film showing you how they were built and used in Roman times. The bath house would have been used as a meeting place, to engage in leisure activities and perhaps also to talk business. It would have been an active and noisy place, full of chatter and gossip, where games might be played, books read and beauty treatments enjoyed.
Fun Fact:  The name comes from the Roman name for the city `Noviomagus Reginorum`
No garden news today, I don’t think it’s got light at all to be honest and everything is extremely gloomy.
Less gloomy...
December 10th Advent Door. Bringing home The Tree
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“Archaeologists are set to return to the city’s Priory Park next month for a second public dig to uncover more of the Roman secrets hidden beneath the ground.”
“Residents and visitors will be able to watch the dig in action from July 10 to 22.” 
“This year’s project will extend the work carried out last year, which uncovered the very well preserved remains of part of a Roman bath-house, complete with its underfloor heating system, probably part of a luxurious Roman townhouse, occupied by one of the city’s wealthiest citizens.”
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Keir Starmer pushes to scrap one-member-one-vote for Labour leader and return power to MPs
Keir Starmer pushes to scrap one-member-one-vote for Labour leader and return power to MPs
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Keir Starmer is pushing to scrap Labour‘s one-member-one-vote approach to party leadership elections and move to an “electoral college” system dominated by MPs – in a move that would likely lock the party’s left wing out of power for good.
Labour’s ruling national executive is expected to hear the plans at a meeting on Friday evening, with the leadership’s intention to put the change to the party’s annual conference next week.
Under the system, the vote for leader would be split one third between MPs, one third between unions, and one third between constituency Labour parties – in contrast to now where all party members get a single equal vote.
The change, which critics say is a factional move to permanently disempower opponents of the leadership, would return Labour to a similar system to the one used until 2014, when one-member-one-vote (OMOV) was introduced by Ed Miliband.
Labour MPs, most from from the left of the party, broke ranks on Tuesday ahead to slam the proposal – warning that it would undermine party democracy.
“As a Labour MP, I should have no greater say in leadership elections than other Labour members,” said Rachael Maskell, a shadow culture minister on Sir Keir’s front bench.
“The members are ultimately the Party and they should equally elect their leader. OMOV is the most democratic system. Let’s respect our members, let’s respect Party democracy.”
Veteran left-winger Jon Trickett said on Tuesday night that any such move was “a wrong headed backwards step which ought to be rejected” while former shadow chancellor John McDonnell said it was “critical Labour MPs make it clear they reject this proposal and reassert right of members to elect leader”.
Keir Starmer’s office and Labour’s press operation declined to comment on the proposals, which are yet to be formally published but which have been widely briefed.
No Labour MPs have yet publicly endorsed the plan or made arguments for it, but many moderates privately support it as a way of marginalising their factional opponents. Some commentators have proposed various justifications for removing the vote from members, such as that MPs represent non-member constituents, that members cannot be trusted, or that the party leader needs to be on good terms with MPs.
The party leadership also plans to change the rules to make it harder for party members to challenge unpopular MPs with a “trigger ballot”. Most political parties in the UK have members select their candidate for MPs before the election, but Labour sets a higher bar for challenges to prevent members from ousting MPs and ruining their careers.
Under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership the rules were changed so that an MP could be challenged for the party’s nomination if one third of either party branches or affiliate branches in a constituency voted in favour of it. However, the LabourList website reports that the leadership wants to raise this bar to a majority rather than one third.
Sir Keir was elected leader on a left-wing platform aping Jeremy Corbyn’s 2017 manifesto, but has quickly shed many of his his campaign promises and appointed Blairites to key positions in the party.
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The proposed rule change for electing the party leadership is expected to effectively lock the left out of the leadership in future because the right wing of the Labour Party dominates the parliamentary Labour Party (PLP). The rule change to make it harder to challenge sitting MPs would “double lock” the system so that MPs remained overwhelmingly aligned to the party’s moderate, right or centre.
If the rule change is to happen the proposal it must first get through the NEC and conference. Left-wing NEC members say it should be ruled out of order because it was “sprung” on them at the last minute. Passing the motion would also require the support of moderate-led unions, including Unison, USDAW and the GMB.
It is currently unknown whether the leadership could get the plan through the party’s conference. While the party’s left has still come top in all internal elections since Sir Keir was elected leader, tens of thousands of mostly left-leaning members are thought to have left the party, with more suspended or excluded by the party’s staff ahead of the annual meeting.
The current one-member-one-vote system was originally introduced on the initiative of Labour’s right wing to make it harder to elect left-wingers to the leadership, but the system’s original proponents miscalculated their own popularity and ended up with Jeremy Corbyn.
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