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You thought it was over? It ain’t!

July 6, 2015 // 9 Comments

The Greek referendum, with its overwhelming vote for “NO” to the EU diktats, was a great win for all who want to see the Brussels monster defeated. Or was it? News just out tell that the Greek Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis, has resigned. He announced his resignation on his blog right after [...]

Going out of business sale!

June 28, 2015 // 2 Comments

Picture a short, chinless man with oily hair, wearing a bad suit, we’ll call him Slippery Mike, stooped on a second-hand car dealer’s forecourt, wringing his hands, trying to convince a clueless punter, Sleepy Liz, to trade her mint condition Rolls Royce for his rusty old French KV [...]

What can we learn from the 2015 British General Election? (Part 1)

May 28, 2015 // 9 Comments

The Conservative performance in terms of Commons seats was  better than it looks  because the size of UK constituencies varies considerably and  on average it takes substantially more votes to elect  Conservative MPs than it does a Labour MP in England  or MPs  in Scotland, Wales and [...]

The Mediterranian Migrant Crisis

May 21, 2015 // 4 Comments

The boatloads of migrants coming from North Africa are posing a major problem for Europe, and the authorities seem to be doing precious little about it.  Everybody seems to be agreed that the aim of the European response is to prevent the migrants getting to Europe by keeping them in North [...]

Could a new UKIP leadership voting system help gain more MPs?

May 14, 2015 // 9 Comments

Is there an opportunity to improve the leadership voting system for UKIP that could help gain more MPs in parliament? I believe so. UKIP, having gained 13% of the vote and over 100 second places, and being a pro-democracy party in the country that spread democracy around the world – yet have only [...]

Unions and the EU

April 30, 2015 // 1 Comment

Since the decriminalization of trade unions in 1867, unions have operated with varying degrees of legal protection running right through to the present day (they even enjoy protection under article 11 of the ECHR). It is estimated that there are currently 6,449,000 union members in the UK (roughly [...]

Why There is Global Warming

April 6, 2015 // 0 Comments

  People in the USA, are being told by the U.S. government and media that global warming is man-made.  If that is true, how can the government and media explain the high temperatures the earth has experienced in past years when there were far fewer people?  Let us look back in the [...]
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