Can confidence in the historic child abuse inquiry be restored?
It has become something of a cliché to say you can’t believe everything (or, indeed, anything) that you read in the papers. Increasingly the same is true of Twitter, unfiltered as it is and accessible to anyone with a digit to type with and an axe to grind. All clichés contain some degree of truth,… Continue reading May you live in interesting times…
A short commentary on the possibility that Brexit would not prevent the implementation of TTIP (analysis of the principles of international law)
How the Conservative party is distorting democracy to rig the system.
Quick commentary on Boris Johnson’s decision to join the ‘OUT/NO’ camp in the EU Referendum.
The following was written by Steve Topple | @MrTopple On Monday, the much-maligned “Housing and Planning Bill” gets its second reading in Parliament. While the detail of the bill has been well publicised (extending “Right to Buy” to housing association properties, forcing local authorities to sell off their most valuable stock), the drip-drip of information… Continue reading The Tories and housing: A history of violence.