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HOW CAMERON CONSERVATISM IS KILLING FREE SPEECH IN THE NAME OF FICTITIOUS LIBERTY

That’s enough non-violent extremism, thank you

I wonder if enough people have paid more than cursory attention to what David Cameron actually said at the UN on September 25th last. 2,048 more words

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At the End of the Day

“What a wonderful day, missus”, as the immortal Ken Dodd used to say, in an age when the pinched goblins were still running Under-5s against fascism collectives in Lambeth, “What a wonderful day for walking into a synagogue and shouting ‘Bacon!'” 795 more words

At The End Of The Day

ISIL & EBOLA HYPE: There is very little to fear, so don't be conned by your Government

GETTING BEHEADED OR CATCHING EBOLA WILL MOST LIKELY BE THE RESULT OF GOVERNMENT INCOMPETENCE

In the light of rising security hype and mad Ebola rumours, The Slog tries to put things back into perspective. 803 more words

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DAVE LEE TRAVIS: time to tell the fanatics that enough is enough....and time we saw some progress in Richmond

DLT has been in alone the dock for too long: we should add Lord Brittan, David Cameron, Nick Clegg & Boris Johnson

Dave Lee Travis’s sentence has been referred to the Attorney General for review….on the basis of… 930 more words

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IRAQ/SYRIA BOMBING: The tediously insane saga of Obama, Saudis, Iraqis, Syrians, Palestinians, Jordanians, Cameron, IS, al-Nusra, Salafists, bombs and oil

The unifying power of a bombing campaign

This went up on Twitter today:

Well now, there’s a surprise: you give IS money to look good among Muslims, I get to bomb them and look good among Americans, and both of us stop Jihadists from controlling the oil. 482 more words

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Smile, it's The Sunday Slime

Mother of 5 Lucy Newmark and her virtual partner Brooks

Few Ministers go the extra mile to quite the extent that Brooks Newmark did in his role as Women’s Champion. 1,350 more words

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My speech to Parliament during Coalition against ISIL debate

Surely, humility and modesty should be our watchwords in this debate, if only because the reductions we have made to the size of our armed forces across the Army, Navy and, I am afraid, Air Force are so significant; yet we do not seem to have made the same reduction in our leading politicians’ desire to intervene across the world with the relatively modest armed forces that we still have. 488 more words

Mark Reckless