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Jacob Rees Mogg’s children confronted by ‘anarchist nut-job’ almost daily

Politicians of all hues have condemned children being exposed to extremists, particularly if it’s their parents.  Known in wrestling circles as the ‘Dystopian Etonian’, Mr Rees-Mogg is a proponent of a removal of all EU legislation and the return of the East India Company. 114 more words


What the new green watchdog can learn from the Committee on Climate Change

This post is by Dr Ajay Gambhir, senior research fellow at Imperial College London’s Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment.

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the UK Climate Change Act, the first of a kind legislation to hold a country to a long term greenhouse gas emissions reduction goal. 840 more words

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Brexit and Football

Benjamin Franklin once said there were only two things certain in life: death and taxes. But over the course of this football season a third certainty is that there will be a lot of discussion about Britain leaving the European Union. 2,355 more words


Brexit Has Brought Britain to a Standstill

Is this a temporary grief?

Brexit may have been a demonstration of the wider country’s frustration at not having its voice heard, but the result is even more centralization of power in London.

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Letter: No Confidence in Supply of Medicines Post Brexit

Dear Orkney News,

Re my recent post highlighting my grave concerns (Letters: Lack of Information Post Brexit is Nightmare for Kidney Transplant Patients) here’s a copy of the letter forwarded to me from MSP Maree Todd’s office being a reply from the Cabinet secretary for Health and Sport. 335 more words

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