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The one valuable bit of or judeo-christian heritage we are in danger of losing is the idea of redemption. http://www.spectator.co.uk/2016/04/the-wicked-boy-is-finally-redeemed/ …
Doctors: "It's not about money".
Gov't: "Will more money make it go away?"
"So it IS about money?"
"You're evil & hate the NHS"
Basically, politics has gone mad. I used to hate Blairite Labour, but I now realise what madness they were protecting me from.
Superb and fair article by @JohnRentoul in @IndyVoices about Blairmore, and David Camerons' tax affairs. http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/panama-papers-what-do-they-say-what-does-cameron-say-and-should-i-be-outraged-a6971216.html …
A sugar tax is a policy designed to inflate the virtue-signalling egos of the people campaigning for it. It won't shrink a single waistband.
Jamie oliver really is a sanctimonious prick about his sugar tax.
Liz Kendall has dealt with abuse with aplomb. She's funny, human and would be very hard for Cameron to monster. And Labour chose Corbyn.
Labour actually managed to find someone worse than Gordon Brown. This is a remarkable achievement.
There aren't more racists in Britian than 4 years ago, but bigots are more confident in spewing their "opinions". That's UKIP's doing.
Nothing hurts big business like a genuinely free market. This is why big business is so pro-regulation. It keeps the competition down.
How did we, as a society let one means of transport so dominate our built environment that to not use it, effectively risks death?
Libertarian, Stockbroker, Soldier, Rogue.
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