Reading the Riots | UK news | The Guardian


This is all essential research for those who are interested in gaining a real understanding of what happened after the murder of Mark Duggan by the police in the summer of 2011.

Reading the Riots | UK news | The Guardian

Reading the Riots | UK news | The Guardian


This is all essential research for those who are interested in gaining a real understanding of what happened after the murder of Mark Duggan by the police in the summer of 2011.

Reading the Riots | UK news | The Guardian

Children given lifelong ban on talking about fracking


This seems a little unreasonable, doesn’t it?

I can’t help but think a life time gagging order on children whose childhood has been ruined by fracking seems a little extreme and, oh I don’t know, undemocratic?

Is democratic even a word that has any meaning any more?

Children given lifelong ban on talking about fracking

Children given lifelong ban on talking about fracking


This seems a little unreasonable, doesn’t it?

I can’t help but think a life time gagging order on children whose childhood has been ruined by fracking seems a little extreme and, oh I don’t know, undemocratic?

Is democratic even a word that has any meaning any more?

Children given lifelong ban on talking about fracking


politicalprof:

The government is winning the spin war: the more we focus on Snowden, the less we focus on spying. As shown on Twitter.

ht: Wonkblog

“People will see in the media all of these disclosures. They’ll know the lengths that the government is going to grant themselves powers unilaterally to create greater control over American society and global society. But they won’t be willing to take the risks necessary to stand up and fight to change things to force their representatives to actually take a stand in their interests.” Edward Snowden, The Guardian.

Turns out you were correct, Mr. Snowden.