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The Financial Times focusses on the Edgbaston constituency

Some points made in their video:

For many years ‘leafy’ Edgbaston was a ‘key bellwether’ – a reliable predictor of the national election results.

After a considerable amount of social housing was built, it was no longer a safe Conservative seat. 96 more words


Compass-Equality Trust-Fabian Society-Tax Justice event

‘Formulating a positive vision for our country – a Compass-Equality Trust-Fabian Society West Midlands Workshop’ is taking place on Wednesday 25th February, from 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm in the William Penn room of… 449 more words


No going back on land ordinance, says Venkaiah Naidu

Naidu said he was talking to opposition parties on the government’s legislative agenda for the budget session that begins on February 23.

The government’s agenda includes replacing six ordinances with bills. 122 more words


The Video that Made Me A Libertarian

My journey politically went from anti-government in my youth, mainstream conservative in my teens, paleo-conservative/constitutionalist in my early twenties, and finally libertarian anarchist in my mid twenties. 608 more words


There Is No "Our" In Government

A writer named Carl Kandutsch recently penned a thoughtful analysis of Blood Meridian, a novel by Cormac McCarthy, in an article for CounterPunch titled “ 978 more words