Monthly Archives: August 2016

Brexit? What Brexit?

I worry that the Telegraph’s Juliet Samuel’s view on exiting the EU is the product of the relatively moderate environment in which she works at the Telegraph. It smacks of standing around the water cooler and cooing, “That Brexit vote, … Continue reading

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We haven’t left yet

Anyone who says that political correctness is a figment of our imagination doesn’t really understand democracy. Correctness in itself is a watery concept that can only be seen in the light of general consensus, and even then it keeps changing. … Continue reading

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