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An Open Letter To The Labour Party

I am a left-winger. I went to an anti-poll tax protest, by myself, when I was (I think) eight (I had to go home early because it went past my bedtime). I think that the two greatest governments of the … Continue reading

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The Coalition Three Months On

For those of you wondering why I’ve not done many ‘fandom’ type posts recently, it’s because I’ve had no money, so was unable to pick up my comics for a few weeks, or to replace my broken DVD player. Payday … Continue reading

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Tactical Voting – An (Unsuccessful) Attempt At A Non-Partisan Guide

I’ve not been in any state to blog recently (as those of you who saw the rather embarrassing linkblog the other day will know) because a roller-coaster is nothing to an election campaign. The human body simply isn’t built to … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 26/04/10

Again, apologies to my foreign readers for so much of the current content being political. It’s only going to last until Thursday of next week, when the election happens, though. I promise to spend the whole next four years after … Continue reading

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My Letter to Lords Razzal and Clement-Jones #debill

Written because I get just as angry when Lib Dems act in illiberal and undemocratic ways as when anyone else does… I am writing, as a longtime member of the Liberal Democrats (and someone whose wife is employed by the … Continue reading

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Linkblogging For 27/09/09

I’ve got a few things I want to write about over the next couple of days – I want to do a Wednesday Comics review, a Spotify playlist and a Doctor Who post, just for a start – but for … Continue reading

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The Liberal Moment

David Cameron argues in today’s Observer that as far as ‘progressive’ (shudder) policies go, there is little distance between the Lib Dems and the Tories, and we should be working together. His case is very superficially convincing – until you … Continue reading

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