Tag: Beachd Ailein

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 11.2.21

Experiencing the calm and efficient organisation by a small team administering Covid-19 vaccination at our GP surgery last Saturday morning, we were reminded anew of how much we owe to so many who unstintingly deliver our public services!

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 4.2.21

Crass action threatened by Brussels on EU cross-border delivery of coronavirus vaccine was an international embarrassment, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if it triggered international agreements to share vaccine knowledge and enable fast world inoculation. 

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 28.1.21

The bewildering range of functions available in the ubiquitous mobile phone challenges many of my generation! An efficiency of evolution which might soon be reflected in a single annual inoculation for flu and coronavirus? 

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 14.1.21

Widely accused of disgracing America’s standing in the civilised world, can impeachment prevent further civil and political outrage by Donald Trump, described by his niece Mary Trump as ‘the world’s most dangerous man’?

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 31.12.20

Most will be glad to say farewell to 2020, surely not least those in government who wasted three days before taking action to enable traffic to flow from Dover, a delay which has put some SMEs  in serious jeopardy.  Coronavirus can only be partly to blame for any job losses!  

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Beachd Ailein with Allan Campbell – 17.12.20

As I write, the prospect of a UK trade agreement with the EU is fading and time for discussion is running out. This could become one of the greatest political failures in our history, and its economic impact could affect many generations!