Partly Political Broadcast – Episode 19, 31st May 2016

Episode 19 – Tiernan discusses the effects of the Trade Union Bill with Peter Kavanagh from Unite The Union. Plus some terrible 80’s rap about the Psychoactive Substances Bill. 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 18, 24th May 2016

Episode 18 – Tiernan talks to Susan Jex at Care 4 Calais about the refugee crisis. Also how will Cthulhu vote in the EU referendum, a junior doctor update from Keir Shiels and The Queen’s Speech. 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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Seeing The Bullshit

I’ve made a small promise to myself to stop having opinions on things the second I read about them. I honestly feel like one of our current biggest problems in society is a snap reaction that isn’t processed, dwelled on, and thought about carefully before we spew more vile into the endless sick puddle of […]

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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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