|One of Grayson's Pots|
|A couple of shows|
After Ian introducing us to Humour in Art decided to pop over to see Grayson Perry exhibition at Serpentine - nice to see a lot of visitors and a wide range of work - he's far from a one trick 'ceramics' pony.
|A sort of self portrait|
I think Grayson is a very interesting figure (not least because he's from where I spent early years - Chelmsford) - He plays the humour card but is not scared to confront major issues - the idea of which would have once been anathema to most of UK society.
|Part of the Arthur Jafa exhibition|
|The Serpentine Pavilion 2017 designed by Francis Kéré|
|A pleasant walk too|
Labour get more Pro European
Well over a year since referendum vote and dust still settling on the way UK Politicians are playing this - David Davis strategy not playing well on either World stage or to his 'home crowd' - even more difficult to keep the painfully split bunch of Tory MPs (above all else they're keenest on keeping power).
If Theresa May's election gamble had paid off we'd have a far stronger hand it the deal making as it is here government is isolated at home and even more abroad - seems Labour are not scared to exploit this weakness - the autumn party conference will be interesting.