Little in the world ever remains the same Why do independent nations join together to form larger, more powerful countries? Presumably mainly for power and to exercise that power over others that are smaller...
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- “It’s utter crap”
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- The Misinformed Man
- Brexit isn’t working
- The Union: An aberration? – Part 2
- The Union: An aberration? – Part 1
- Fire and Rehire
- A coronation like no other – Part 4
- A coronation like no other – Part 3
- A coronation like no other – Part 2
- A coronation like no other – Part 1
- Ivan McKee on ambition and confidence
- No questions asked
- Kleptocracy in the UK
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Politics and imaginary hobgoblins
‘The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.’ H. L. Mencken
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