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“Told you so” is not the way to success

Lexit is (was) the idea of withdrawing from the neoliberalist strait-jacket of the EU without selling ourselves to the USA.

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The Labour Party: should I stay or should I go?

I’m an outsider by nature – I hate party politics. Whether it’s best to fight for sanity from within or without is a lifelong poser.

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Share the joy

Christmas is a time for sharing – please read and share this!

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Follow The Money

Everyone’s angry and frightened. ‘Even the rich’, I said, the other day, ‘because the rich follow the money, and the money for once just isn’t giving clear instructions.’

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Brexit debates for the old, the sick and the poor

We are in a state of denial about what happens to us when we get old, or sick, or poor. In the case of the elderly, this has been our silent shame for decades.

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It’s not the end of the world… or is it?

I put a status update on Facebook expressing my frustration about all these EU experts around me thinking Brexit is a more important issue than all the lives that are falling apart and being lost around us right now.