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...
- To those that have
- An era ends: “ane end of ane auld sang”
- “We are family”
- What status quo?
- No longer a happy family
- “We were never truly independent until we joined the EEC”
- Something very exciting
- It’s 19th October 2023
- Ditching the ECHR…ditching our human rights
- My rights, your rights, our rights, everyone’s rights
- If Scotland leaves the UK…
- Building for the future
- The quality of governance
- Levelling up lies
- Fascism arrives as your friend
- “It’s utter crap”
- Post-Brexit Britain – Failure and Fragmentation
- Who are the non-doms?
- Food for thought
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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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