Monthly Archives: March 2012

MsTaken Identity – a Male Perspective

[I originally wrote this piece for the rather excellent on-line feminist magazine ‘The Vagenda’ but they didn’t want it. Bloody feminists – emancipation’s too good for them!] So it seems that the issue of what ought to be the correct … Continue reading

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Joined-up Marketing

I’ve never been one to criticise corporate strategy but I think that I may have just spotted a fairly significant blind-spot in the thinking of a certain major supermarket leviathan. In order to thank you for helping to make them … Continue reading

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Liberal Democrats and the Health and Social Care Bill

We should be grateful that some Liberal Democrats still have their principles and were willing to defy Nick Clegg by refusing to endorse the Health and Social Care Bill. What both their party leader and Baroness Shirley Williams seemingly fail … Continue reading

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