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Long life

Living next door to someone rich, and beside a motorway, makes you fat and your blood pressure soar

Or so the newspapers would have us believe

6 June 2015

9:00 AM

6 June 2015

9:00 AM

I wrote last week about a swarm of bees that had attached itself to a wall of my house, as if this were a rare and momentous event; but since then there have been three more swarms, and the men in spacesuits have been back again to remove them. Well, they’ve actually removed only two swarms, for I don’t know where the third one ended up.

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