Tag Archives: UKIP

Protest votes – be careful what you wish for

Last week, we were having dinner with three like-minded friends. We usually agree on most things, in particular where politics is concerned. Naturally, the conversation turned to the upcoming UK general election. One of our friends asked the general question … Continue reading

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“Colour blindness” and equalities legislation

Last week, I watched this programme on Channel 4¬†about race. It was a fascinating breaking down of a lot of the myths we have been fed about race and racial stereotyping and it certainly made me think. However, the section … Continue reading

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Why we can’t have referendum on Europe right now

There’s been a lot of talk about the need for a “mandate” in Europe lately. This is a fairly new word in politics-speak and what it means is that some politicians think that the electorate have never been asked for … Continue reading

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