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Archive of posts published in the tag: politics

Change in sight?

The thought of a popular revolution in the twenty-first century evokes images of carnage and…

Common Ground

Recently the old idea of left and right wing politics has been thrust in the…

Celebrity Politicians

Blurring the line between the status of a politician and a celebrity is one which…

Have the Left Become Elitist?

Have the left become elitist? Jonathon Pie thinks so. Undermining and dismissing the opinion of…

The Cycle of the Times

“These are strange and uncertain times that we are living in.” What a cliché. It…

An Open Prayer For Paris

Like a lot of people, I first heard about the Paris attacks yesterday evening, on…

Hong Kong – the road towards democracy

Recently, the Hong Kong’s pro-democracy “Occupy Central” campaign is all over the papers. “Occupy Central”…

The Fault In Our Charities

This summer, everyone escaped the heat and any sense of lingering guilt over how lucky…

What changed?

The results of last week’s referendum on the issue of Scottish independence have made me…

National security and The Right to Privacy

Recently, it was revealed on the news that the NSA and its UK counterparts have…