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Further fun from the Downing St Fash!

In 1933 the German Nazi party began a campaign of removing all academics and staff from schools, universities and cultural, historical institutions who weren’t ‘on message’.

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Hitler youth in modern UK?

Denounce your teachers!Early last year a new group started making waves in UK. An American far right import, Turning Point UK (not to be confused with the social care charity of similar name) set its sights on influencing British domestic politics. The alt-right offshoot spared no expense in promoting its cynical message to British youth, […]

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Inequality (but in a good way)

I’ll be drummed out of the tree-huggers,  yoghurt-knitters and snowflake breeders union before you can say “Corduroy jacket with leather elbow patches

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Gutted!

Let’s hold these Tories to account

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If you have to lie…

Many British Muslim families will be remembering their own British war dead this November

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Fixing Fash fatigue

Like trench warfare but without the guns, like the German assault on Verdun or General Winter’s relentless destruction of Napoleon’s forces in Russia, the war of attrition begins.

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The Gammon wranglers part 1

I will oppose you and your stupid, shiny-headed, gammony hatred in every way that I can.

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Unrest if no Brexit

This week, for the first time in over 3 years I caught a glimpse of hope. This week I realised that there’s a chance that the rest of my life will not be lived against the backdrop of decades of economic disaster. This week gave me a reason to be optimistic again.