Monthly Archives: December 2015

My Political Review of the Year and some thanks.

Well we are near the end of 2015, so first things first, Happy Christmas to everyone who has read this blog and a huge thanks for reading this blog. I know my writing isn’t the best, my grammar is the … Continue reading

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We might have the vote but!

This week’s revelation that Charles Windsor gets to see Cabinet Memoranda that some Government Ministers don’t even get to see got me thinking that we might have the vote but that’s about it. What has really changed since the days … Continue reading

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Justice Not Served and Democracy Damaged Beyond Repair

Alistair Carmichael, Liberal Democrat MP for Orkney and Shetland, will keep his seat as an MP. While he has been found to have lied there was insufficient evidence to prove that this fitted in with the legislation around his personal … Continue reading

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Britain – War and Conflict (Enough and Not in my Name)

Today Westminster is debating wether British RAF planes should get involved in the Syrian conflict. This got me thinking about how much war and conflict we have been involved in, how many millions have been killed and injured, how much … Continue reading

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