Constable Dickens, post-it note tyrants and the latest turn in the Nelson Mandela bridge debacle
An editor’s edition from Jack
Dear members — it’s that time again. Much has changed in the world of The Post in recent months, but the editor’s edition — our semi-regular compendium of random thoughts, opinions and tidbits — remains ever present and unshakeable, more like an antique grandfather clock than an irritating party guest. Hopefully.
Today Jack delivers musings on everything from Charles Dickens' turn as a Liverpudlian policeman to the post-it-note assailant haunting the halls of his shared house. As ever with these editions, think of it as an assortment of conversation starters — please dive into the comments section and get the chat flowing.
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