Cover Page, 15 December 2022, Issue 351

Welcome to our latest edition. This week we consider: strikes and the possibility of a general election; Donald Trump – and Lord Young; the Y chromosome in danger; planning regulations; a new stand against on-line anonymity; gender and new definitions; plus a Christmas story and, of course, cartoons from AGGro.

Today’s will be the last issue of the Shaw Sheet for 2022. We have now been going for about eight years and the time has come for the Board of Shaw Sheet Publications Ltd to give some thought to the future of the magazine, whether it should continue and, if so, what changes should be made. That debate will be going on into January and we will update our regular readers when we have reached a conclusion. Please email us on [email protected] if you have any comments.

Meanwhile the Shaw Sheet team wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

General election?
Trump fades
Maybe
'The Times' takes a stand
How did we end up here?
Planning strategy
A Time to Pause
Christmas Story
A Visual Perspective

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