Monthly Archives: May 2015

Prosecute Alistair Carmichael for corrupting the general election.

I think what this government minister did was more than ‘just’ stealing his own seat: this lie was peddled systematically by the Labour’s Party’s Chair of General Election Strategy – Douglas Alexander, who was at the time my constituency Member … Continue reading

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The Curious Insidiousness of the ‘autistic spectrum’.

This blog post is my review of a review of my review of the award-winning novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon, which is a book that I haven’t actually read. Confused yet?… Excellent. … Continue reading

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Why England’s left must unite against David Cameron’s 37% dictatorship? By-elections?

The entire left from across the parties need to do more than laugh at Ed Miliband’s MPs and their problems. The trade union link matters. So does the nightmare of first-past-the-post. The latter is exploited by the British Establishment’s out-of-control … Continue reading

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