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A government's first duty is to protect its citizens!!

It is well known that the first duty of government is to protect the citizens to whom they are answerable.  Few will disagree with this, ye…

Started by Jeremy S MillsLatest Reply

Government Plans For Devolution. Do They Go Far Enough?

Devolution was very much the issue, due to the Scottish Referendum and the general election results, until the Labour Party Leadership and…

Started by joe taylorLatest Reply

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A brilliantly written piece to bring inspiration to most here at this stage including myself

All I've ever heard from people, for years, is"bloody bankers and their bonuses""bloody rich and their offshore tax havens ""bloody politic…

Started by kevin Frayne

1 May 31
Reply by joe taylor

To follow my previous post another inspirational piece I'm sure you'll love

Say Jeremy Corbyn had been the Home Secretary for six years, during which time he slashed some 20,000 police jobs taking us back to 1970s l…

Started by kevin Frayne

1 May 31
Reply by joe taylor

A government's first duty is to protect its citizens!!

It is well known that the first duty of government is to protect the citizens to whom they are answerable.  Few will disagree with this, ye…

Started by Jeremy S Mills

0 Dec 17, 2016

Government Plans For Devolution. Do They Go Far Enough?

Devolution was very much the issue, due to the Scottish Referendum and the general election results, until the Labour Party Leadership and…

Started by joe taylor

8 Sep 12, 2016
Reply by joe taylor

Logic and the Brexit referendum - the 3rd option

Usually the mainstream media sides with the Tories, but on this occasion the media is divided and supports both the remain and leave campai…

Started by David von Geyer

48 Jul 2, 2016
Reply by Daniel Buckley

Sad and blinkered

"Productivity isn’t everything, but in the long run it is almost everything." What a dismal statement from Capitalism: Money, Morals and Ma…

Started by James Derounian

0 Feb 1, 2016

Enabling 'Well-Being' as The new market

There is an exciting new opportunity to develop a new market founded on enabling personal and collective well-being. We have developed a so…

Started by Peter Forrest

2 Nov 24, 2015
Reply by Peter Forrest

Do These Statements Make Sense re the Labour Leadership?

Knowing that simple statements always obscure the important structural analysis underpinning them, do the following statements make sense?…

Started by joe taylor

24 Aug 17, 2015
Reply by Peter Evans

Collaborative platforms - 'Think outside the boss' Trebor Scholz

Interesting article with Trebor Scholz 'Think Outside the Boss'.http://syntheticzero.net/2015/04/29/cooperative-alternatives-to-the-sharing

Started by Anna Harris

0 Jul 21, 2015

Interesting article from a moderate voice ... on the insanity of austerity

By Amartya Sen... we haven't learnt the lessons of history... http://www.newstatesman.com/politics/2015/06/amartya-sen-economic-consequence

Started by Jez Hall

2 Jul 5, 2015
Reply by Jeremy S Mills

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