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Who’s Bill?

Sometimes words just aren’t. You know what I mean? Well of course you don’t because they aren’t. This is a specific time of them aren’t-ing and there’s not a damn thing I can [insert active verb] about it. Now and … Continue reading

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A Week Is A Long Time In Politics

What a complicated system British parliament is. Although two parties generally collect most of the votes during a general election there is no limit to the number of parties who can field candidates and there is nothing to prevent anybody … Continue reading

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Article 50 Shades Darker

There are those who voted for the UK to leave the European Union in last year’s referendum for perfectly valid personally political reasons. I may not agree with their conclusions but respect that if they researched and understood how specific … Continue reading

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