Paul Bright explains the significance of the Belgian farmer that moved the stone that marked the 200-year border between Belgium and France. Fortunately, authorities have seen the bright side of his mistake.
Author: Paul Bright
Born in South Wales and married with two children, the youngest 6 years old, Paul has almost 50 years geological experience in mining and mineral exploration. The work has enabled him to visit many countries in the world. In retirement, he maintains an interest in geology, mining and climate change, enjoys cycling, rugby, athletics and reading.
Paul Bright remembers the Six Nations’ ‘excuse for a trip’ club, where clubs went on day excursions. He honours some individuals who are experts at trips out, Dominic Cummings is just one of them!
Paul Bright, in his first article for Yorkshire Bylines, explains the rivalry between Colin the Caterpillar from M&S and Cuthbert from Aldi. Will M&S have a chance at winning the judicial review, or should there be, as Judge Rinder put it, ‘caterpillars everywhere’?