This Battle Between an Octopus and a Crab Has a Surprising Twist – National Geographic

Cover of January, 1915 National Geographic Mag...

Cover of January, 1915 National Geographic Magazine (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is a recommended view from the National Geographic. It reports that as two divers zeroed in on a fight between a red octopus and a swimmer crab, an unexpected visitor gave their footage a shocking end. Enter ‘Whiskers’ – no, not the cat!

Source: This Battle Between an Octopus and a Crab Has a Surprising Twist

Of course, environmentalists will argue that the ecosystem’s careful balance is being tilted by the divers’ night lights….

Anyway, it’s something lighter in today’s news

Opinion – Theresa May braced for a fall as Brexit tests loom – FT – John Gelmini

The “default option” of May remaining is not an option at all because the longer she remains the worse the situation with the EU will get and the more unpopular the Conservatives will become.

The Conservatives need to mobilise the 1922 Committee and advance someone black and telegenic, like Kwazi Kwarteng, the “Big Beasts” all have the whiff of death about them and are all frankly past it and not trusted to boot.

There is no need for another election but there is a need for a new leader, the selloff of Channel 4 which is very left wing and the privatisation of the BBC. They both need to be neutralised by taking them out of the equation and ensuring that they cannot keep setting the agenda.

With a new Prime Minister, who would appeal to the young, Jeremy Corbyn would find it hard to compete with him and many of his followers would find the “Uncle Tom” label rather difficult to pin on that new Prime Minister.

The shadowy far left members of Momentum that Dr Alf frets about and Len McClusky’s trade unionists would then be torn between their own ideology and the new reality of a young ethnic minority, educated Prime Minister who can take them on and never had a silver spoon in his mouth.

John Gelmini