I see a lot of voices, accusing a double standard of those who would speak out about the American Capitol … More
It shall pass
He looked out west over the sea. Where he was used to gilded opulence and vistas thronged with sycophancy, here … More
The Day Democracy Left
I write this on the evening Boris Johnstone prorogued Parliament. Some have called it the deterioration of democracy, buy why?
England, a part of an island
‘Wot’s the use of talking like that? You know very well that the country is being ruined by foreigners.’ Crass, … More
On a clear white November morning, I was driven down to the anti-fracking camp at Kirby Misperton. Situated south of … More
The Youth Awoke..
The youth awoke from a deep slumber sounding a roaring call for progressive change here in Britain. Previous elections had … More
Puppies packing heat
After strolling around town on a day off work last Monday afternoon with Liam, we walked into my flatmate Gete’s … More
Media Box: The Confines of Fear
In news seismic tremors shift political tectonic plates. Orgasm-inducing levels of vibration have realigned core demographics with many deprived constituencies … More
what EU gonna do Scotland?
I tentatively drew back the blinds, eyes dulled and vision raw, as I tried to adjust to the early morning … More
7: If you don’t want to know the score, look away now.
I had spent my weeks side by side with people from all across Europe including the UK and shared in … More