Yesterday was the 150th anniversary of the birth of Sigmund Freud. I’ll have quite a lot to say about him when I get around to it, but maybe today’s not the day.

It was also the 53rd anniversary of the birth of one Anthony Blair, the 52nd anniversary of Roger Bannister’s four minute mile, and the 12th anniversary of the opening of the Channel Tunnel. I haven’t got much to say about any of those, now or any other day…

And finally, it was the (mumble, mumble) anniversay of the birth of your correspondent. All I have to say about her is that she struck camp today. The time taken (including removal of megablocks, ball pool and balloons) was 25 minutes. Yay!

Oh – and everyone should drink this stuff. Especially if they have a summer cold coming.