For anybody who is still wondering why we in the UK are having such a terrible summer of non-stop rain, please be assured it's nothing to do with - as the bishops said in the Telegraph - our general moral depravity. It's entirely to do with a decision Anthony took earlier this year, around April, when the weather forecasters first started saying that this summer would be record-breakingly hot. "That's it," Anthony said, "I can't take another stifling summer trying to work in my boiling hot study - I must put in air-conditioning." And I said - and try telling me I was wrong! - "sure, go ahead, that is one way to guarantee this turns out to be the least hot summer on record..." The air-conditioning went in perfectly smoothly, and it hasn't stopped raining since.