We don’t live in the frequency domain. I am 100 per cent gay, Scottish and Tory – and a near infinite number more such things – all at the same time.
Posts Tagged: The Left
Bagpuss, the archetypal fat cat, gets his comeuppance.
Indeed, the left is not only outnumbered but divided on immigration.
Rebecca Coulson: Bullfighting. Barbaric butchery that should be banned? Or a popular tradition to be conserved?
Humans kill bulls intentionally, in the name of entertainment, whereas hounds kills foxes instinctively. Is that an important distinction?
It would bring events nicely full circle. It would also be true as matters stand. And will carry on being so until or unless Labour comes to its senses – or splits.
With no one to keep us on our toes, we’d become factional, complacent and, in time, sleazy. And what of those voters who believe in what Labour used to stand for?
“In today’s Opposition, there is no alternative, not because Corbyn is right but because nobody else can think of what to do.”
Many of the party’s new members seem to support him simply as a fashion statement.
I have an assumption that most Britons aren’t especially keen to describe themselves, voluntarily, in this way. A quick and very unscientific vox pop didn’t contradict my assumption
What emerges through the mists is a more-or-less standard left-wing politician, but with a sensitive nose for where the political wind will blow next.
Chris Grayling: Labour’s attack on Cameron is an attack on all Conservatives – and on succcess itself
We have long believed that those who build wealth in our nation should be able to pass on the fruits of their work to their children and grandchildren.
Chris Wright: This isn’t austerity. It’s a correction. The sooner we embrace that, the sooner we can redesign better public services.
We should start by recognising that current public services are not quite fit for purpose, and that cuts afford us an opportunity.
The Oxford Labour Club allegations are just part of a worrying trend, which is rooted in a long and unpleasant history.
We want to ensure that you are not arbitrarily held back because of the colour of your skin, your sexuality or your religious beliefs.
The college was acting consistently with the Government’s policy aim. But it’s alumni, not students, that are universities’ customers.