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With only five weeks to go until the AV Referendum, Yes2AV have unveiled their secret weapon: Baroness Warsi. Warsi is the chair of the Conservative Party, and judging by her recent comments she is a Yes2Av double agent masquerading as … Continue reading
The first thing to say about the march: it was a helluva lot of people. In the small world of parochial politics, getting fifteen people to a meeting is great, and getting 35-40 for a talk on campus is impressive. Estimates … Continue reading
George Osborne made it clear very early on in his Budget speech that it would be “fiscally neutral”. This meant there were no large-scale tax cuts or any rises in public spending. You see the key points here. I don’t … Continue reading
In the run-up to today’s Budget and the March for the Alternative this Saturday I’m writing a few bits and pieces on the impending spending cuts. Below is an e-interview conducted with Kate Belgrave. Kate has been travelling the country … Continue reading
“Doing precisely what we’ve done eighteen times before is exactly the last thing they’ll expect us to do this time.” – General Melchett, Blackadder Goes Forth. The debates over whether we should intervene in Libya have been another opportunity for … Continue reading
You can read my blog on the Youth Says Yes event we organised at the University of Birmingham at the Yes to Fairer Votes website. I’m in the TV footage at about two minutes in – I’m the chap in … Continue reading
If you’re in Birmingham and have nothing to do this evening, why not come to the University of Birmingham’s Yes to Fairer Votes Society’s Question Time-style discussion on “The Coalition Government: Ten Months On” The Facebook link to the event is … Continue reading