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Russell Brand's Seven Minutes of Bullshit

Link to Russell’s video.

Russell Brand’s recent preposterous assertion about the minute of silence for the 38 fallen in the Tunisian attacks may at first glance seem to simply be a weak Susan Sontag impression, but in reality his victim-blaming drivel is far more profoundly ill-informed than a benign borrowed opinion. 1,027 more words

Cameron

Hope for a hopeless Miliband?

I would feel uncomfortable with voting for a Labour party led by Ed Miliband.

Copyright from the Economist

I could never trust a politician who looked so uncomfortable eating a bacon sandwich. 672 more words

British Politics

Why weren't we all talking about David Cameron's Amusing Hair Loss?

Why weren’t we talking more about this?   I mean, April/May sort of time?   A picture of Miliband eating a bacon sandwich seemed pretty decisive in the minds of many, and I’ve been coming across all these images of Cameron attempting various comb-over strategies and maybe even wigs.   574 more words

'Untouchable' israel continues to cripple Gaza with its sea blockade

‘Untouchable’ Israel continues to cripple Gaza with its sea blockade

Palestinians hold their national flag as they ride boats during a rally to show support for activists aboard the flotilla (AFP Photo/Mahmud Hams)   3,053 more words

Palestine

BES Conference Presentation - 30th June 2015

We presented the following presentation at the BESRES conference at Coventry University yesterday. The talk was well received and generated some useful discussion. Thank you to all who attended our talk and to the conference organisers for putting on the event. 12 more words

Mili No Mates: An Occasional Series

First he was in PCH by himself.

Then alone on the slow train to Bedford.

This lunchtime Ed Miliband has been snapped by a parliamentary co-conspirator: … 26 more words

Guido Fawkes

Learning from Blair: Why Labour lost, and how it can win again

It’s been 7 weeks since Labour catastrophically lost the general election. Since then, we have all embarked on a profound debate about who should be the next Labour leader. 1,192 more words

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