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Rules of Engagement: How to Discuss an Article Someone Posts to FB

The Facebook conversations about race are still ongoing. Time and time again, I’ll watch a friend post an article and watch the feeding frenzy of comments that immediately follow. 1,700 more words

Race

What's A Heaven For? Falling from Pegasos (Pindar, Isthmian 7.40-49)

“Seeking whatever pleasure each day gives
I will arrive at a peaceful old age and my allotted end.
For we all die the same, though… 154 more words

Greek

Bits and bobs

Lots of little things today ;)

I finished the jigsaw I have been doing for the past 3 days and am pasting it here to add some colour to this post. 1,316 more words

Personal Blog

Election Debate Shambles

The main UK broadcasters have announced the format in which the 2015 election debates will take place.

The first TV debate will be on ITV, hosted by Julie Etchingham on the 2nd April.Two weeks later David Dimbleby will chair the second while the final debate will be held on the 30th April between Channel 4 and Sky just one week before the general election presented by Kay Burley and Jeremy Paxman. 355 more words

Politics

I can't do right for doing wrong

I am the type of person that will often get into trouble for answering questions a little too honestly for some. I do not usually… 561 more words

Family

Leaders' Debates Dates For Your Diary

The provisional dates for the TV debates are:

2 April: ITV – Con, Lab, LibDem, UKIP, Greens, Plaid, SNP

16 April: BBC – Con, Lab, LibDem, UKIP, Greens, Plaid, SNP…

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Guido Fawkes

The Genealogy of the Secular Discourse of Bangladesh - A Second Reading to Bangladesh History: Mubashar Hasan

Guest Post by MUBASHAR HASAN

Even though, according to a series of Gallup and Pew Research polls, Bangladeshi society is now perhaps most illiberal in its history of existence, most informed readers know that a strong secular discourse led by a group of academics, creative writers and artists still continues to flourish and resisting the illiberalism to be the main discourse of the country. 2,243 more words

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