From the crest of the rolling hills in the Polish countryside, a farmer could have looked up one September day, finishing the season’s harvest or seeding cover crop for the winter, and seen columns of soldiers marching east from a distance not too far away. 514 more words
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Anyone who seriously believes that there could be something – anything – remotely progressive about Brexit, or who harbours illusions about a possible “lexit” (like… 212 more words
When I leapt to the defence of Jeremy Corbyn on Facebook, I wasn’t expecting to be likened to Adolf Eichman and a rhinoceros.
The ‘anti-semitism’ row in the Labour Party was essentially a sideshow, part of the ongoing efforts pre-rebellion to undermine Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. 4,012 more words
Nice Beach By-Laws on “bonnes mœurs et de la laïcité”.