I’m usually quite sceptical of a lot of the schemes you read about on tinternet for solving our problems with democracy in this country, but this idea is at least worth debating: I want to see political parties get penalized for a low electoral turn out. In other words, if we are fed up with… Continue reading Make Absentions Count?
I’ve been terrible at blogging recently – it’s amazing how quickly you can get out of the habit. I’ve been attempting to write a piece for Hands Off Our Future only to keep getting side-tracked (this evening my excuse being the need to watch the third part of the excellent Tory! Tory! Tory!). A couple… Continue reading Not dead yet
Following on from my rant yesterday, tenuously connecting the foundation of the Euston Manifesto with Charles Clarke pissing over every civil liberty within reach, here’s another example of how the left is just obsessed with itself: Leaving aside the question of just how well the BNP might do in next week’s local elections, I’ve got… Continue reading The BNP, the Left and the need for reform