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The announcement of the Scottish independence referendum – a decision equal in its short-sightedness and of comparable ignorance to the original moves towards devolution initiated by Tony Blair – has produced reactions ranging from narcissistic grandstanding, to pedantic infighting to … Continue reading
Quite literally, in fact. I feel that in the fledgling moments of 2011, it is worth demonstrating in a clear, visual format the comprehensive verdict delivered to Mr Cameron and his close allies in the wake of the 2010 General … Continue reading
Railways have always been a neat microcosm of our role on the world stage. We invented them at a time when our technological advancements and the engineering prowess of our our brightest and best were subduing and/or at the forefront … Continue reading
Today, David Cameron emphasised his own personal ideology more strongly than anything resembling reality. Not surprising, you might say. Perhaps you might also say that it’s no surprise that in spite of the fact that, as this BBC wordle illustrates, … Continue reading