Category Archives: politics

Cake v Coups: A few thoughts

There are very few things that genuinely annoy me; people who pack their shopping at self-service checkouts after they pay; people with Welsh names who mispronounce them; bad suit and tie combos. And illogicality. And, I’m afraid, this is the … Continue reading

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Nick v Nigel: What happens next…

I know everyone’s done one of these already, but I thought I’d give it a go… On the whole, I thought Nick Clegg did a great job against Nigel Farage – but then, that’s because I’m someone who tries to … Continue reading

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We got it wrong on Syria

Today our parliament, by the slimmest of margins, voted against intervention in Syria as the BBC showed footage of alleged napalm-like attacks on schools. Some are saying it was a good day for democracy, but it really wasn’t. The Govt … Continue reading

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We need to talk about Rennard

Not the specific/non-specific allegations relating to him, but the issue as a whole. And by we, I mean everyone – not just the wimmin’. Firstly, there is something that everyone needs to be absolutely clear on – any allegations made … Continue reading

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Onesiegate debunked

Because people are idiots, let us make this short and sweet: The Onesie question wasn’t a plant. Let’s be serious here – if you were going to plant a question, why would you plant that one? The badly photoshopped pictures … Continue reading

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