Monthly Archives: May 2012

Time to abolish House of Frauds

  Bourgeois politics is divided over the extent to which the undemocratic second chamber should be tinkered with. While all three main parties are officially agreed that an elected element should be introduced, there are differences over the balance between … Continue reading

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Obama the queer liberation frenemy

Marriage equality returned to the centre stage of national politics in America recently when President Barack Obama said in an ABC News interview that he thought “same-sex couples should be able to get married.” Obama’s statement was greeted by a … Continue reading

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The austerity black hole

Britain’s future after austerity was the main topic of a major conference hosted by the TUC during the last week of June, but exactly how austere is the austerity age? David Cameron and George Osborne – two men who have … Continue reading

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