Monthly Archives: March 2019

Do not use his name is the wrong response

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed never to say the name of the Christchurch mosque gunman. This is an inappropriate response. Not using the name is a sign of respect reserved for gods. We’ve seen a similar response … Continue reading

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RAF deploys to Estonia

The RAF sets sail for Estonia Royal Air Force vehicles and supplies have sailed from Southampton to mark the start of a new RAF deployment to Estonia. The RAF mission, announced last year by the Secretary of State for Defence … Continue reading

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US bombers arrive at Airstrip One RAF Fairford

B-52s moved to RAF Fairford as US sends warning to Russia (paywall) A range of strategic aircraft has been deployed to RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire The US has deployed its full range of strategic bombers to Britain for the first … Continue reading

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Can we boycott Richard Branson and everything Virgin?

Can we hit Richard Branson and everything Virgin for their role in attempting to usurp democracy in Venezuela? Branson held a live-aid themed concert in Columbia in support of Trump’s project to subvert democracy, start a war and steal oil … Continue reading

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Dizzy Deep’s Rough Guide to Imperial Currency

Brexiteers are overwhelmingly older while Remainers are overwhelmingly younger with the 50/50 or half (1/2) / half (1/2) split being at age 45 at the time of the Brexit referendum in 2016 so 47/48 now. Many Brexiteers are familiar with … Continue reading

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Jeremy Hunt warns that there’s “wind in the sails” of people trying to stop Brexit

Stop Brexit process could be in place within weeks, Jeremy Hunt declares … Speaking after Labour said it was still poised to back a ‘People’s Vote’, despite not pushing for one this week, Mr Hunt said “the wind is in the sails” … Continue reading

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Brexit referendum result turned on its head

The Brexit referendum result would be reversed if rerun today. Has There Been a Shift in Support for Brexit? Posted on 8 February 2019 by John Curtice Unsurprisingly, protagonists on all sides in the Brexit debate are keen to claim … Continue reading

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No-deal Brexit would plunge UK economy into recession – OECD

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/mar/06/no-deal-brexit-would-plunge-uk-economy-into-recession-oecd A no-deal Brexit would plunge the UK economy into recession and annual growth will slip below 1% this year for this first time since the financial crisis even if a deal is secured, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and … Continue reading

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Dizzy Deep’s rough guide to factions in contemporary UK politics

A rough guide to factions in UK politics. Comments are welcome. This is my own work looking at the influences behind various UK politicians. You are welcome to disagree with any point. It should be recognised and accepted that some … Continue reading

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Brexit: It’s not only Chlorinated Chicken – they want you to eat shit

Brexit is all about deregulation so that vast swathes of laws and regulations can be torn up and burned. It’s for the rich and powerful to become more rich and powerful at the expense of everyone else. Dirty money and … Continue reading

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