Breaking: Everything

Back in January of 2014 my girlfriend and I visited Reykjavik. At the time, the mayor was Jon Gnarr, a former comedian, who set up The Best Party as a response to the anger and exhaustion Icelandic people had of their current, post crash, political parties. Gnarr’s party jokingly promised to be ‘openly corrupt’ as […]

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Electoral Dysfunction

Having already written about The Conservative Party, The Labour Party, and the other possible kingmaker parties, I was going to write a blog about all the other itty bitty parties and independent candidates that are running in the election. But it turns out, there are 426 of those in Great Britain alone, with a further 36 in Northern […]

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Vote If You Want To

It’s National Voting Registration Day today*. The name is pretty explanatory and if you haven’t already signed up to vote in this year’s incredibly unpredictable general election then you can now do so online, which finally caters for our sedentary, apathetic online lives. I’m pleased there’s a push to get people to vote and I’m […]

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Laboured Joke

I find it hugely depressing that Labour aren’t top of the public opinion polls by a long stretch in the UK at the moment. I’m not surprised at all. I have no hope in them, or any intention of voting for them at all. But it’s still saddening, because they should be. It’s exactly one year […]

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Well Then!

A long running in-joke between me and my best mate Mat, is in the midst of an argument you are obviously losing to shout ‘Well then!’ very loudly, as to pretend the others very valid point has backed up your losing point. The dealer of the ‘Well then!’ automatically wins on the basis of  the […]

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