Why is Fascism allowed when it has Left-wing roots?

It is an interesting phenomenon to observe the British political system fail to understand reality. An example of this is how our system has banned many Terrorist groups, the list is quite agreeable in the sense that I do genuinely think that many of these groups, if not all are their for good reasons. However, … Continue reading Why is Fascism allowed when it has Left-wing roots?

God save the Queen! 🇬🇧

The Queen's income has been increased per year: 'Queen's income boosted after record year for Crown Estate and its wind farms' by Telegraph - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/06/26/queens-income-boosted-record-year-crown-estate-wind-farms/ How the Queen is the biggest tax payer in the world: 'Only one taxpayer will fund the Buckingham Palace repairs; The Queen' by Royal Central - http://royalcentral.co.uk/blogs/only-one-taxpayer-will-fund-the-buckingham-palace-repairs-the-queen-71930 Royal details: 'Royal … Continue reading God save the Queen! 🇬🇧

A quiet voice, or the virtue of finding one’s voice 

Chapter one - Escaping the nest: In a small room, bare and Spartan, this is interrupted by the walls, on these walls rests notes and small scraps of paper with drawings and paintings on them. They are of everything and anything; buildings, flowers, animals, hands, faces, abstractions and none-sensical depictions of emotions. These are raw … Continue reading A quiet voice, or the virtue of finding one’s voice 

Aldridge stabbing – a call for information, and a link to the donation page for the family.

I've seen this over the last two days, so I'm sharing it in case anyone from my hometown doesn't know what has happened. Although I'm sure they already do. Article: 'Stabbing victim died in his parents arms on way home from night out ' - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/25/stabbing-victim-died-parents-arms-way-home-night/ There is a call for information, so if you … Continue reading Aldridge stabbing – a call for information, and a link to the donation page for the family.

A reply from Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North-East Somerset.

I recently sent a letter to Jacob Rees-Mogg about Parliamentary history, this is the reply I received. 'Dear Marcus, Many thanks for your email. Jacob has asked me to reply on his behalf. The following may be useful: https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/The_Essentials_of_Parliamentary_Democrac.html?id=fskIUKmvF7wC&redir_esc=y In terms of political philosophy he thinks that Edmund Burke is a good starting point as … Continue reading A reply from Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North-East Somerset.