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The Nights Mary Poppins Died


December 2025 a International News


Karl Kasparov was today elected as leader of the autonomous region of East Kazakhstan. As readers will know, this is an oil rich region and Mr Kasparov will be claiming state legitimacy by virtue of his countryas observer status at the UN General Assembly and the a?democratic decisiona of his region to separate from the rest of Kazakhstan. After the usual disputed elections Mr Kasparov has emerged as the preferred choice of both Russia and China. However, his much vaunted wishes to bring his country within the fold of the European Union alongside such new countries as Siberia and Palestine is likely to be thwarted by the EU Commissioner for External Affairs, Sylvia Baller. Her objections are of course related to the poor Human Rights record of East Kazakhstan and, specifically, of its new leader.

Little of Mr Kasparovas early life is known. Even his name may be a personal construct, homage to Gary Kasparov, ex-chess world champion of the previous century. Mr Kasparov came to prominence as one of the few escapees from the collapse in 2015 of the Roman Abramovitch business-empire. Mr Kasparov is said to be a meritocrat and something of a misogynist. He has been quoted as believing in a?the rule of strong lawsa and as saying that a?only righteous and well trained men should have the right to governa. It is unlikely that Mr Kasparov and Ms. Baller will find much in common when closeted together at the G25 meeting in London next month.

December 2030 a International News

It is reported that Sylvia Baller Commissioner for External Affairs has proposed a rapid reaction force to be deployed in Central Asia, with specific remit to engage with UN forces authorised by the Security Council in immediate and proportionate intervention in the current civil conflict in East Kazakhstan. Commissioner Baller has consulted with the European Council of Ministers and European Parliament as to whether a reference should be made to the International Criminal Court concerning potential investigation of Karl Kasprov, President of East Kazakhstan on grounds of actions committed contrary to humanitarian law. Baller earlier announced EU support for the recognition of the rights of the independent peoples of North-East Kazakhstan to independence from East Kazakhstan.

It is reported that President Kasprov has issued a statement in direct response to the actions of Commissioner Baller. President Kasprov has stated that any intervention into the internal affairs of East Kazakhstan would be treated as an unlawful act of aggression under international law. The statement further made clear that East Kazakhstan does not recognise the authority of the International Criminal Court and that the international community, including the European Union, should not concern itself in internal issues including its northern regions.

In a separate communication President Kasprov made it known that he considers Commissioner Baller to have a personal agenda and is calling on all other Commissioners and other European Union institutions to distance themselves from her comments. A spokesperson for President Kasprov stated thata?Baller was abusing her position in using human rights to make a very personalised attack on the Presidenta.

This afternoon a response came from the offices of Commissioner Baller stating that reports of child soldiery and child abuse by Kasprovas forces within North-East Kazakhstan necessitated a?collective action by the international communitya and that further delay in the face of potential ethnic cleansing, environmental crime and possible genocide was unacceptablea. Alongside other world leaders, she was seeking immediate authorisation from the Security Council for punitive action against President Kasprovas illegal regime.

Meanwhile undisclosed sources reputedly close to President Kasprov hinted that there was a?contexta and a?historya between the Commissioner and the President and that understanding that context was critical.

December 2008 a London

Charles Mandox knew he had rights. He had the rights to own an 18th century house in a desirable part of Islington (worth conservatively A?15 million) and to treat it as his castle. He had the right to a six figure private income (even after credit crunch) the vast majority of which deposited in offshore investment accounts free from the attention of the UK tax inspectorate. He had the right by breeding and by schooling and in his view by intelligence to command the time and talent of others, when necessary to their financial detriment and, sometimes, physical discomfiture. Due also to his height, 6ft 4ins, his body-mass ratio, that of an Olympic rower (he had had trials), and classical profile, roman nose, still just about full black hair, high cheekbones, piercing blue eyes, he normally enjoyed the right to arrest the glances of most women (the seeming exception unfortunately being Sylvia) and many men.

Less desirably, he had the right to sit on a cold 23rd December in the Colbert Arms for as long as he liked doing little other than reflect on the entirely predictable and extraordinary success of Muriel. He had the right to expect that these reflections would go uninterrupted for the next hour before Murielas return from the matinee of Mary Poppins, and during this hour at least he had the right to forget the petulance of his three ghastly daughters and their corporate contempt for himself. On this particular day he also felt he deserved, though could not exercise, the right to forget the anniversary of Gabrielle. Failing this, he ordered his sixth whisky and soda. In this pub, unlike many public houses over many unfortunate incidents over many years in North London, he knew this was a right that would not be denied him. He had the right to get drunk.

Charles was an ex-Etonian. This excellent biographical fact coupled with his physical advantages perhaps more than all the subsequent ventures he pursued or failed to pursue, institutions to whom admission was only grudgingly given and company boards to which he was nominally elected probably defined his life. During the 1980s he, in common with others, not all from public schools, made a fortune effortlessly by being in the right stock exchange in the right decade with the right contacts and the right amount of family capital to invest. During the 1990s, again like most of his contemporaries, he had turned shares into property, and made more money. In the 2000s, even at the credit-crunched end of the decade, he could have afforded to relax, to become a Tory grandee, to live abroad and to regard from a suitably contemptuous and ironic distance the terminal decline of the corrosive neo-social democracy of Brown and the middle class moralistic, meddlesome sanc