Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Incomprehensible Rise of the Far(age) Right

Nigel Farage revealed his hand somewhat on the night of the Rochester and Strood by-election. This was on the same day that George Osborne had suffered defeat at the European Court of Justice when his legal challenge to new curbs … Continue reading

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UKIP and Lessons of Remembrance

As our major political parties fall over themselves trying to win back voters from UKIP – because, presumably, racists and bigots are now seen as being the key demographic needed to secure the balance of power at the next election … Continue reading

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Oh der, oh der, oh der

Not a usual blog post but a transcript of an email communication that I had with McCoy’s. I’ve punted it across to Laura at the everyday sexism project but I guess maybe it’s not quite what she’s looking for (although do … Continue reading

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