One of the most commonly cited arguments initially against Brexit, and now against a no-deal scenario, is the towering threat of businesses leaving the UK. A great many campaigners and leading figures of the Remain [more…]
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Labelling Leave voters racist bigots did not end “well” in Spring 2016. Neither did calling Trump supporters a basket of deplorables in September 2016. Now it is the turn of the French Gilets Jaunes, in [more…]
Predictably, the EU big shots were quick the following day to declare that negotiations for The Deal could not be reopened following the Commons’ amendments votes on 29th January. At the same time, those around [more…]
The other day many people chose to rage at Mike Cernovich. He sent an inflammatory tweet which set off many people. Triggered them, if you like. Instead of sperging out, I chose to read Mike’s [more…]
Political anoraks have a very busy life. Politics is in turmoil, nationally and internationally. The difficulties in sifting the relevant from the irrelevant, locating the signal amongst the noise of TV, radio and social media [more…]
Fakenews is a strange thing. It’s falsehoods, it’s lies, it’s misrepresentation, it’s omission, it is many things, but rather than define the term by its characteristics and presentation, it is easier to conceptualise what fake [more…]