Brexit is a ‘coup’, a ‘virus’ and a ‘fiasco’ of an by a new type of advanced, relatively wealthy ‘failing state’. Kiribati provides a particularly poignant place from which to view it if it goes ahead on 29th March 2019.
The terminal decline of representative democracy has been a theme of this blog for a couple of years. Does the 2017 General Election (GE2017) and its unfolding aftermath change this at all? On the face of it, voters have managed to give a considerable rebuff to an arrogant Governing party who had wilfully misinterpreted a
Probably the least convincing part of Roth’s ‘The Plot Against America’ is the denouement. Lindbergh’s widow appeals for a turn away from KKK-led violence; Roosevelt is reelected; equilibrium (and the ‘American way’) is restored. In the epilogue, it is explained quite plausibly that it was a Nazi plot all along. I await Mrs Trump’s corresponding
It really gives me no pleasure to say I called it right – but, looking back on the trio of EU referendum blogs, the basic premises were confirmed overnight on the 23rd/24th. The referendum was an absurd exercise for answering questions about the UKs future relationship with the EU. Cameron is a fatally flawed individual