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Maybe the first thing Labour has to figure out is which side gets to keep the name

Hope suffered a serious heart attack in May’s General Election. Confronted by another five years of callous and casual incompetence from the Government and an all-too acquiescent Official Opposition, when an unexpected gap offered a real choice, Jeremy Corbyn was seized upon and made a sudden and, I think, somewhat reluctant hero. 939 more words



Hard things turned sweet

Lap around my edges

What’s true and good

Trumping the dark and the hard

Life is everything I feared

And everything I hoped… 154 more words



Through the fires, betrayals and heartbreaks I emerge

Stronger, wiser, changed and bearing in my being gifts

What I am is energy

Energy which can neither be stopped or destroyed

Still Not Really Winter

Despite a couple of nights where the temperature did actually get below zero, it’s been pretty mild since the last post. It’s around 10degC today for instance, though quite windy. 330 more words


With Love 

Reflecting this weekend on all the creative opportunities I’ve gotten over the last year. I’m so thankful for all the support and love. Please enjoy 30% off with the code BLACKFRIDAY on all works until tomorrow… 22 more words


Against pragmatism: the undermining of Jeremy Corbyn

This weekend, something important happened.  As a Labour Party member, I received an email from the party leader asking for my views on whether the UK should join in the bombing of ISIL in Syria.   884 more words

UK Politics

looking back...

I know I’m making personal progress even though most of the time I’m second guessing myself. I guess it’s one of those ‘flaws’ that I’ll figure how to make into something spectacular one day. 616 more words