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Referendum Results 4: Leavers are Nationalistic

I’ve written a series of blogs on how Remainers are reacting to the Referendum and why we think Leavers voted Leave. You can read them in any order you like but, I’d suggest, you start with the introduction: It’s the … Continue reading

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Referendum Results 3: Leavers are Racist

I’ve written a series of blogs on how Remainers are reacting to the Referendum and why we think Leavers voted Leave. You can read them in any order you like but, I’d suggest, you start with the introduction: It’s the … Continue reading

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Referendum Results 1: It’s the end of the World as we know it (and I feel ashamed)

Them and [∆s] – for professors Farage, Johnson, Cameron and Corbyn. Ashamed. “I’m ashamed to be British” wrote a former school friend on Facebook – and I agreed. I was ashamed of my country and countrymen when I found we’d … Continue reading

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That Friday Feeling – The Referendum’s Over (and so is UKIP)

On Friday morning, almost half the UK’s voters are going to wake up disappointed that the votes they cast were overruled and people couldn’t see self-evident truth, and the other 50-and-a-little-bit-per-cent will wake up delighted that, thank the Lord, the … Continue reading

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The Broadway

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Birmingham and Bradford, UK – 1980s

Originally posted on Travelling without moving far:
Tales From Two Cities – Travels of another sort by Dervla Murphy If I’d researched more thoroughly, I might not have read Dervla Murphy’s Tales From Two Cities and that would have been…

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Galloway, Bradford Brewery and the Tragedy of the Bradford Spring

Originally posted on AnotherCountry:
When you see the pictures of Galloway’s victory parade around Bradford, its easy to see why he is one of the most exciting (and indeed excitable) politicians of his generation.  Basically no one else acts like…

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