It is election day, please go and vote

Today is voting day for the European Elections and, if the polls are right UKIP might top the UK poll. I’m mystified by this. I get people wanting to register a protest vote against the main political parties. Before they became a party of government this often worked to the Liberal Democrats' advantage. But why... Continue Reading →

A sense of connection

The internet is full of reports of the riots in English cities over the last few nights, as well as more reports about the dire state of western economies after the US downgrade and the Euro debt crisis. But maybe there is a link here? No doubt the analysis of the riots will point to... Continue Reading →

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