Archive | July, 2017

Death of a prize-winning dissident

24 Jul

Brendan Cox – In memory of Jo

21 Jul


British Labour MP for the constituency of Batley and Spen, Jo Cox, was murdered on June 16th, 2016 as she met with constituents. A campaigner and an active member of her community, Jo was a wife, daughter, sister and mother of two, and her death galvanised calls for a return to civility in political discourse.

“We have far more in common than what divides us.

– Jo Cox

“I don’t want to fixate on how Jo died, but how she lived.” 

– Brendan Cox

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Know it by heart:111 saves lives

17 Jul

Billy Monger: Back in the driving seat after racing accident

7 Jul

Unsung Heroes: People Shining a Light in a Sometimes Dark World

People supporting others, they’re the true inspiration

“People keep saying I’m the inspiration but I think all these people coming together to support someone, they’re the true inspiration.”

Billy Monger

“Sharing, supporting, informing,  enlightening,  encouraging, empowering, igniting, uplifting (and perhaps even) inspiring”
enough there for now, c!
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“An Extraordinary Life”: The Young Kiwi Nurse

2 Jul

Lewis Hamilton on preparing for life after Formula One

2 Jul

Is it true that the Earth will one day run out of oil? by Kim Iskyan, Co-Founder & Publisher, Stansberry Churchouse Research, on Quora Digest

1 Jul

“Driven by Desire”

1 Jul



From a five-year-old girl racing 60mph micro-midgets in South Africa, to a Formula One driver in the British Championship during her first full year of racing in the…

In 1967, at the age of twelve, Wilson came second in the South African nationals, driving midget cars


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