Social Audit

“The thing I don’t understand,” Shirley was saying as she’d shooed his hand away from the screen, scrolling and sliding through various pages, “is that we give you people so many areas in which you can thrive, work, play, and talk to fun, interesting and creative people. So why do you feel the need to go back to the web?”

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The Devil’s view

‘“D’you mind?” called the corpulent chap she’d collided with seconds before and whose second Evening Standard, slipped the fold of the first and slid to the floor.’

Mr Morrison

‘He was never under any illusion that he could fix all of the world’s problems, or even those of the tiny world he had inhabited for over three decades, alongside criminals, degenerates, low-lifes and innocents of all descripts.’