Mike writes a regular column for 'Speakers Corner' in the Hemel Hempstead Gazette:

My former Captain, Robert Nairac GC, paid with his life and ensured the peace that Northern Ireland enjoys today

22nd May 2018
It is widely accepted that on Saturday evening 14th May 1977 Captain Robert Nairac GC was undercover drinking and singing Republican folk songs in the Three Steps Inn in Dromintee, south Armagh. He was posing as a Catholic from the Ardoyne area of north Belfast.
As he left the bar at the end of the night, he was attacked in the car park and abducted. It is pretty much accepted that he was tortured before being brutally murdered by the IRA. The IRA later put out a statement saying he had been shot. Despite wide-ranging searches at the time, his body has never been found. He was 28.

Untie the hands of the police, PM, and let them end scourge of knife crime

1st April 2018
Britain is in the grip of a knife crime epidemic – and it is spreading far beyond our inner cities.
Hardly a day goes by without the pages of our newspapers containing stories of yet another life needlessly lost to this sickening scourge.

Used Stamps?

We're collecting used stamps for the Air Ambulance - Stamp Appeal.
If you have any for us, you can drop them off at my office at:
The Bury, Queensway, Hemel Hempstead HP1 1HR.

Veterans Badges