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London Riots = democracy in trouble

The so-called riots in London are of course just theft, looting, arson and vandalism on a large organised scale. Disgusting and offensive as this may be, we have to ask ourselves why it has happened, and what we can do… Continue Reading →

People, Politics and The State of Britain

People are always bemoaning the state of the country. They always have been, for as long as I can remember. “It’s not like it used to be, is it?” they say. They’re right of course, and perhaps it’s also right… Continue Reading →

Smash EDO protest and Proportional Policing (post G20)

Having witnessed the Police presence in Brighton today for the “Smash EDO” protest, which led me to have to drive a 10-mile diversion to deliver my girlfriend to work, I read with interest the statement issued by the Brighton &… Continue Reading →

The Future of Air Travel – Someday, All Flights Will Be Made This Way

I love taking my shoes off at the end of a busy day. It’s the first thing I do when visiting my friends’ houses. But through the airport security, when I’m already being made to carry my outdoor coat, having… Continue Reading →

Terrorism, governments and fear: the results

Very interesting results from the survey I’ve had on my web site for a while…

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