The past week at Omar Towers has been quiet to say the least. Lady Servant contracted a rather nasty virus and so the comings and goings were much reduced.
What have writers said about breakfast?
As some of you may already be aware, I have been slightly concerned about a slippage in the standards here at Omar Towers. The catalyst for this appears to have been the invasion of trade during the month of August.
Now more than ever with British politics in an ongoing state of turmoil has it ever been more important to scrutinize our politicians. While the British Parliament is prorogued until 14 October for an unprecedented five weeks, the House of Commons can no longer hold the Government to account so it has been left to the public and the media to carry out this function.
“I disapprove of what you say but I will defend... etc, etc, etc”
The normal Saturday rhythms here at Omar Towers were interrupted when the post was forced through the letter box and clunked on to the floor of the baronial hall.