Posts from May 2011

Cancer in the Media

Monday, May 30th, 2011

Cancer is massively prevalent disease that will in some way affect every single person reading this. Its treatment basically involves poisoning or injuring the patient, ideally to such a degree that the cancer is killed before the patient is. We’re generally happy if the cancer is beaten into submission long enough for the patient to […]

Still Yellow

Tuesday, May 10th, 2011

Following the absolute hammering the Liberal Democrats have just had at the local elections (and – rightly or not – deciding that the rejection of AV was more of a rejection of Nick Clegg), the LD leadership have been keen to show what the party really stands for. Whatever that is. Clegg has taken issue […]

Election Projections

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

There’s a tendency in the media (as well as everywhere else) to believe that local election results will have some sort of bearing on any future general elections – even if the general election hasn’t been called yet, and only exists in the hopes and dreams of a nation. They don’t though. They never have. […]

Being Political

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

In the midst of being all political elsewhere on the internet, I somehow forgot to update this place – as a result, these topics are a bit out of date, but it’s stuff I made so I’m linking it anyway: I wrote this for the Guardian Online. Comments are closed, so you if you want […]

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