Linkybrains…

I always admired experts. Those people who really understand one thing in great depth. At times I’ve worried that I just don’t have whatever gene it is that allows me to be that smart about one thing. Frankly I say admire but I’ve often been jealous… life sucked being a generalist like me. There again […]

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What if politics moved at the speed of technology and someone other than Labour sounded as though it offered a better future, asks Allan Biggar, Liberator Magazine Feb 2018

I joined the Liberal Party in 1979 having torn up my application to the Labour Party as I could not stomach the bigoted racist attitudes of the 1970s Labour and trade union movements. I simply could never have been a Conservative. My parents were in domestic service on a country estate in Northumberland – not […]

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To proud to ask! A hidden problem

It’s been a while since I was actively involved in politics and campaigning but that’s about to change.  In this messed up world one group of people I think get a rotten deal and missed out by the caring agencies and that’s men!  In particular middle aged family men who have all their life kept […]

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Why Corbyn is Nick Clegg’s fault?

  I joined the Liberal Party in 1979 having torn up my application to the Labour Party as I could not stomach the bigoted racist attitudes of the 1970’s Labour and Trade Union movements. I simply could never have been a Conservative. My parents were in domestic service on a country estate in Northumberland – […]

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Bah humbug!

I love Christmas… I really do… BUT! I often spend time hanging out in a local café. Working from home a lot sounds amazing but is as boring as watching paint drying in my view! I miss the company of people and the stimulation of an office. Try as they do my two Lucas terriers […]

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