Monthly Archives: July 2016

From wide-eyed citizen to seasoned campaigner in four easy steps

This blog charts the trajectory of a concerned citizen over the course of a few weeks. I’m sure I am not the only one to have gone through this transformation. A few weeks ago I was worried enough to ask … Continue reading

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Touche

Well that was short lived. The bullying has paid off. This might be a good time to admit that the Leave campaign failed spectacularly. We have known this since the campaign started but it did not help our cause to … Continue reading

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Are you still here?

Vicious attacks against someone who says her motherhood is an advantage? By other women? Really? Aren’t you always the first to say that women have advantages over men? That in itself is offensive but most of us are a bit … Continue reading

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What a difference two weeks makes

How na├»ve I was just two weeks ago when I wrote an open letter to David Cameron. Of course the answer was NO! He doesn’t believe in democracy, and I’ve since discovered that almost everyone in a position of power … Continue reading

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