This is from the Enough collectives recent event on Deep Adaptation/Deep Solidarity event in Glasgow by Gehan Macleod. This talk personifies the issues we’ve been looking at for twelve years about the ideas of self-determination – social re…
Amidst all the “shock horror” of recent days, the convolutions of law and constitution and the parliamentary confusion and wrangling, there is one undeniable fact arising from the Brexit saga that should really cause concern: a full three years after the British people voted to leave the EU, a Parliament stuffed full of MPs elected on […]
The Brexit Party MEP Dr David Bull has responded to the Mirror’s ‘No Deal’ scare story – which claims there could be “no deal” drugs shortages – slamming the headline as “deeply irresponsible” and misleading.
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This is the third year of a writing award in honour of the radical journalist Ian Bell. Aspiring young writers in Scotland are today invited to enter an award competition in memory of the radical journalist and author Ian Bell, who died at the age of …
A new poll by YouGov has revealed that less than a quarter of Brits think it is relevant for them to know if Boris and Jennifer Arcuri had a romantic relationship. 62% think it isn’t… Majorities in every region, country, age group, gender, and social grade of the UK say it is not relevant, which […]
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A chemical engineer, a jewellery entrepreneur and former Miss India finalist, and a nurse who fought Ebola in Sierra Leone.
“The Light of Lights looks always on the motive, not the deed; the Shadow of Shadows on the deed alone.”
Prosperity UK 07 Oct 2019
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Immediately after Extinction Rebellion’s widely-publicised Fire Tankie protest last week, keen-eyed co-conspirators spotted their truck was untaxed. Odd for such a left-wing organisation… Their protest today – although overall less bloody – involved a hearse blocking the road at Trafalgar Square. Presumably the body in the back wasn’t connected to last week’s blood collection drive… […]
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As Guido reported, last week the head of the Supreme Court, Baroness Hale – who a fortnight ago ruled that Boris’s prorogation was unlawful – took a deliberate dig at the PM during a speech. This poorly-disguised political move perhaps shouldn’t have come as a surprise to followers of Hale’s past interventions since she has […]
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Miller (No 2) and Bush v Gore (2004) have something in common. Both cases featured judicial intervention in […]
Civil service workers, wonks, and politicos were frustrated this lunchtime when they discovered that Monck Street Tesco’s shelves were bare. A Tesco worker told one co-conspirator that the delivery van can’t get through due to the protests…
Potentially annoyed at the failure of the attempted coup against the party’s deputy leader on the eve of their conference, some mischievious Parliamentary passholder has removed the name sign on Tom Watson’s office. Guido isn’t saying he endorses retaliatory measures by Blairites against Jeremy Corbyn, but a name-pinching factional battle would no doubt be more […]
Campaigners say they will appeal the decision.
Edinburgh’s Court of Session has dismissed a legal challenge that was attempting to more concretely force Boris Johnson to send a letter to the EU requesting another Article 50 extension at the end of this month. The Judge decided it is “neither necessary nor appropriate” to force the Government’s hand. This effort in the latest […]
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Over twenty years since the Good Friday Agreement and we haven’t had an Assembly for over two years, and Brexit threatens to fundamentally reshape the tone of the entire political landscape on this island for at least a generation. Talk of a border poll is once again in the news as Boris Johnson makes a spectacle of the UK, and his Government, during the ongoing Brexit saga. The idea that somehow the NI Assembly will be responsible for agreeing to … Read more
Appearing on Sky News, Guido’s Tom left the studio with a spring in his step after another successful TV appearance. However the smile soon slipped from his face after discovering Twitter has suspended him for 12 hours. The crime? Calling on the police to tackle Extinction Rebellion protestors… Immediately his colleagues expressed their deep sympathy […]
Steve Rushton reports from Poland on direct action and occupation of the Kopalnia Tomisławice open-pit lignite coal mine, and efforts to defend the Białowieża Forest. “Poland’s first mass direct action against coal is not trying to speak to the g…
Leaving is just the start: the next government will need to embark on a serious programme of reform.
This site has repeatedly – much to the displeasure of some readers – expressed the view in 2019 that the SNP doesn’t know what it’s doing with regard to Brexit. But it turns out we’re not the only people who feel that way….
One of the simple demands of the public broadcasters and the wider media by Extinction Rebellion is : “tell the truth”. BBC Scotland has its own problems in this area, as we covered earlier this year with the new BBC Scotland “Nine” news pr…
If you go onto an Irish government website today this is the splash advert you see. They still seem pretty certain Brexit is happening in 24 days on October 31…
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07 Oct 2019
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PM is facing several inquiries over claims he broke a code of conduct by not declaring a relationship with Arcuri.
Jenna Barnard, Co-Fund Manager of Henderson Diversified Income Trust, reveals how a second-hand book published almost 130 years ago turned out to be a rare birthday present gem. Last month, I received a birthday present of a singular little book dating from 1892, which was found by chance in a second-hand book dealer. Counsel to Ladies and Easy-Going Men on their Business Investments […]
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Introduction Reading the recent Miller No. 2 decision you would be forgiven in thinking that Boris Johnson had […]
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Johnson warns Brussels his plan is the ‘final opportunity’ for a deal… “Boris Johnson was in talks last night to save… Read more »
A discussion on how to create a shared and integrated society was held as part of a concluding reflection on the Holywell Trust’s series of Forward Together podcasts. The panel was author Julieann Campbell, the commentator Denis Bradley (who was co-chair of the Consultative Group on the Past and former deputy chair of the Northern Ireland Policing Board) and Maureen Hetherington of the Junction, plus myself as the person who conducted the interviews for the 35 podcasts. We began by … Read more