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Help For Homeless

The summer break has revolutionised my thinking about homelessness. “I am trying to help a homeless man. Would you like to buy one of these?” The family were taken aback and bought a Big Issue-eqsue newspaper from me. Had the […]

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Whitewashing Of Stonewall

After watching the latest theatrical trailer for Roland Emmerich’s upcoming movie Stonewall, I have to say I was left with rather a bad taste in my mouth. For those who don’t know, the film is to be released on September […]


Hyde Park 2014: A Delusional Day?

The thick, pungent odour of cannabis found its home wafting up my nostrils on a stuffed train shooting like a bullet blood-cell across the veining tracks of a tattooed countryside, heading directly for London Victoria. All normal passengers go about […]


Katie Hopkins Goes Too Far – Again

Katie Hopkins. The moment we hear that name we’re reminded of one of the hundred deluded, insulting statements she’s made. Just when we thought she’d covered it all from baby names to benefits, immigrants and Jews, she’s targeted dementia sufferers. […]


Counting Votes

As the UK general election approaches this 7th May, the fast paced debates surrounding last year’s local elections which were focused around immigration, the housing market and education have created pathways of political education, which for some was lacking before. This has lead […]


What Disney Taught Me

Disney is a guilty, or not so guilty, pleasure of us all. No matter how old you are, when ‘Let it Go’ comes on you have to sing along at the top of your voice. But Disney holds more than […]


A Politics Guide to Dummies

7th May, Election Day: Student George will wake amongst the rotting foundations of his home and march down to Portsmouth’s uneasy beach, passing through nationalistic jitter; familiar sites masked by a mass of elders and structured-beings lined for their voting-stations. […]


Labour and the Choice

Starting 115 years ago this February just gone, a group of ordinary working people, like you and me, decided that enough was enough. The Tory party and the then Liberal party were not delivering for ordinary people. We had no […]

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