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Tribalism, or: Divided We Fall

Britain is effectively a one-party state. That’s a bold opening statement, isn’t it? However, it is accurate, and I’m going to tell you why. We use a voting system known as First Past The Post. Under that system, the one … Continue reading

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Call to Action

I dare say that many people reading this will be in favour of things like social justice, equality, a welfare state that complies with the articles of the UN Declaration of Human Rights, a publicly-funded NHS, environmental protection, ordinary people … Continue reading

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Breaking Point

Everyone has one. Everything has one. People, objects, companies, societies. The important thing is not to go past it. If a person goes past the breaking point, it generally results in a nervous breakdown, unemployment, or prison. If an object … Continue reading

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There Is No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

But there is, apparently, such a thing as a Free Ride, and there is a whole section of society who are after one. Can you guess which one? No, it’s not benefit scroungers, or immigrants (illegal or otherwise), or the … Continue reading

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