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Beware Coalitions bearing gifts..

Now that the dust is beginning to settle in and around Downing St, an army of bloggers and journalists begin the work of picking through the details of the Coalition Agreement, and I have to say that by the hour … Continue reading

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Greek Debt – who needs EU bailout?

The sign was seen recently in Greece. This seems to be how the Greeks want to service their debt – in the truest sense of the word. The sign was seen recently in Greece. This seems to be how the … Continue reading

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Going, Going, Gone

Brown resigns as Prime Minister Finally, the man who has reigned over the most Rotten & Corrupt Parliament in centuries has gone, driven to Buckingham Palace, presented his sorry self in front of the Monarch and resigned as Prime Minister. … Continue reading

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PR – The killer blow for the pendulum of change

British politics has always been like watching a huge grandfather clock. For nearly a century there has been the swinging of the pendulum, to the socialist left and back to the Conservative right, back and forth, back and forth, and … Continue reading

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Albion Alliance – next steps

Its been a long and interesting weekend. I travelled north to meet my colleagues in the Albion Alliance, spending 2 days thrashing out some fairly detailed ideas and plans on how we move the campaign forward in the wake of … Continue reading

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Financial Crisis: EU creates its own West Lothian Question

The European Commission is to set out next Wednesday its plans for creating a permanent bail-out fund for eurozone states, officials in Brussels confirmed Friday. The eurozone has been shaken to the core by Greece’s financial meltdown, which forced it to … Continue reading

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Beyond a Caretaker government

The results of our general election are just beginning to sink in, and the unholy mess that is left is taking time for me to establish some clear and coherent thoughts about. The national swing from Labour to Conservative was … Continue reading

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Podcast: 20 minutes with Ian Parker-Joseph

Did a 20minute  podcast with the worldly wise legal blogger Charonqc on Tuesday. It is always a pleasure chatting with one of the wittiest people on the internet. I could have called him a dry wit, but I think the … Continue reading

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And now for something completely different

And now for something completely different… Herman Van Rompuy in disguise perhaps…always wondered how The President of Europe got his job.

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Place your vote with your conscience

It is now less than 24 hours before the voting stations open in the 2010 UK General Election. After 3 weeks of end to end coverage, there has been some positive campaigning countered by even more negative campaigning, there have … Continue reading

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