No comments, just observing the world around us...... 1.....Tory MP's and donors are plotting to "skip a generation" and install a younger MP as their next leader after concluding the front-runners to replace Theresa May are too toxic. A growing number of Conservatives believe that Boris Johnson and David Davis have "had their day" and only younger faces can revive the party's fortunes. Names being bandied about to win back younger voters are......Sajid Javid, Dominic Raab, Priti Patel, Jesse Norman, Brandon Lewis and Jo Johnson. 2.....A Libyan terror suspect imprisoned in the UK was put in charge of guarding David Cameron on an official visit to Tripoli in 2011, it emerged last night. The disclosure is potentially embarrassing for British security services who would have vetted Mr Cameron's protection detail on the trip. 3.....Prince Harry has revealed he once considered leaving the Royal Family to lead an ordinary life. "There was a time I felt I wanted out," the Prince admitted speaking candidly about the monarchy and his views on his royal duties. Referring to the monarchy as "The Firm", he said: "But then I decided to stay in (The Firm) and work out a role for myself." 4.....Fire investigators believe the unusual design of Grenfell Tower created a chimney effect that led to the fire engulfing the building in minutes. A well-placed source has told the Telegraph that the cladding placed over "triangular" shaped concrete columns may have created a void that sucked up the flames. A total of 10 columns run up the sides of the building with a further column at each corner. 5.....About 1000 Britons enjoyed an expenses-paid trip to Calais yesterday as the French port town beleaguered by migrants struggled to revive tourism. 6.....More than 40 foreign terrorists have used human rights laws to remain in the UK, according to an unpublished report delayed by the Foreign Office. The study highlights the hugely difficult problem for the Government in deporting jihadists and follows a series of attacks in the UK inspired by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. In the court cases, lawyers....typically funded through legal aid....have successfully prevented foreign-born terror suspects from being sent back to their home countries. 7.....When confronted by a shark, do not be alarmed. Sharks are "cowards" and can be sent on their way with a deft punch to the nose. As for pythons, they "make no attempt to avenge injury or offence", and taste best when boiled. This, anyway, was what airmen in the 1950's were told by the Air Ministry in a series of survival guides that have been re-issued by Penguin. The guide, which provide an insight into a bygone era, cover survival scenarios in jungle, deserts, the arctic and the sea, and advise what to do if forced to ditch a plane or bail out over unfamiliar terrain.