Wednesday, 21 June 2017

That's your lot...

...for the academic year 2016/17. Well, it's not been really been a pleasure, to be honest, what with one thing and another. But never fear: we'll be back in the autumn, and there'll be plenty to say. And hopefully no election. Really, please, no election. It's not much to ask, but please let us off just this once. In the meantime: remember, there's always sense in the numbers. It's just knowing how to find it that's the problem. Until next time, adieu. 

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