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Democracy's discontents

Election nights are rites of reunification. The divisions of a society spew out over weeks, with licensed vitriol and contemptuous sneers permitted for all, and then as the consequences of the strife are tallied, the champions of right and wrong bicker about predictions and polls and the latest certainties they have received by rumour. 1,153 more words

History

ex-miner John Dunn is guilty of speaking truth to power – so the Labour Party have suspended him!

45 continuous membership and I'm suspended from the Labour Party without them even calling me by my name, just Hello you are out! No vote4JC…

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Britain

Talk at NCH: 'History, Political Theory and Philosophy: Different Questions, Different Answers?'

On Tuesday March 22 I’ll be talking to the History of Political Thought Society at the New College of the Humanities, on ‘History, Political Theory and Philosophy: Different Questions, Different Answers?’ … 113 more words

Philosophy