Partly Political Broadcast – Episode 28, 6th September 2016

Episode 28 – Tiernan looks into the failures of G4s, more Brexit nonsense and an interview with writer and campaigner Tansy Hoskins about the political side of the fashion industry. Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/parpolbro and our webpage at http://www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/podcast

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Partly Political Broadcast – Episode 25, 28th July 2016

Episode 25 – The podcast is back. Just without an interview and half the length. This week Tiernan talks Turkey. Also US elections and things you may have missed. Normal service will resume next week. Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/parpolbro and our webpage at http://www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/podcast

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Partly Political Broadcast – Episode 20, 7th June 2016

Episode 20 – A ever so slightly shorter episode featuring a chat with Open Democracy’s Adam Ramsay about Scottish Parliament, yet more EU stuff and a massive horsefly. Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/parpolbro and our webpage at http://www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/podcast

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Partly Political Broadcast – Episode 17, 17th May 2016

Episode 17 – Tiernan talks to Areeq Chowdhury at Web Roots Democracy about online voting. Also With Or Without EU sadly returns, anti-corruption, Labour troubles and why can’t MPs stop mentioning Hitler? Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/parpolbro and our webpage at http://www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/podcast

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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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Twitriol

My routine in the morning, generally, is to wake up and before I do anything else, check my phone for any overnight correspondence. I realise this is quite sad. Some of you probably have a cup of tea first or use the loo, but in today’s day and age where I may as well have […]

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