Hello Digital Economy Act, goodbye freedom…

April 8, 2010

With the passing of the Digital Economy Bill today, here is your final chance was watch a mash-up of the wash-up “debate”. No doubt my website will be banned and you will be disconnected shortly. This is perhaps a little scare-mongering, but there is a very real prospect that hundreds, if not thousands, of people […]

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Letter to Gerald Kaufman re the digital economy bill

March 22, 2010

Dear Mr. Kaufman, thank you for your recent letter in reply to mine on the Early Day Motion on the labelling of products containing battery hen eggs. I’m writing to you today because I’m very worried that the Government is planning to rush the Digital Economy Bill into law without a full Parliamentary debate or […]

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Why I’m becoming a vegetarian properly

March 20, 2010

It wasn’t my flatmates bringing home buckets of chicken from Chicken Cottage and leaving the living room a graveyard that did it. It wasn’t the fact that after eating meat I’d feel ill for hours – the taste was far too good. No, what made me decide that I am never, ever going to eat […]

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Letter to Student Direct re: Israeli Deputy Ambassador

March 2, 2010

Dear Student Direct, Joe Sheffer writes last week that “the Executive… should remember that they were elected on an extremely limited Mandate” and for that reason the Israeli Deputy Ambassador should have been allowed to speak in our union. While I agree entirely with this statement, the Constitution outlines that the mandate of the Executive […]

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Going Polyphasic: 15 useful hints and tips

February 14, 2010

I’ve had to break myself into polyphasic sleeping three times now. It definitely gets a lot easier every time. But the first time is an absolute nightmare. Here’s some helpful tips that you may find useful if you also would like to go polyphasic. 1) Be determined. It takes a week to adapt to Uberman […]

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Prosecuting Tony Blair: problems and pitfalls.

January 13, 2010

There has been a great deal of calling for Tony Blair to be prosecuted for war crimes for the part he played in taking us to war in Iraq. However, I would much rather see him tried for crimes against peace. Many of the cases that have been built against Tony Blair have focussed on […]

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January 9, 2010

Woops, have accidentally deleted my blog theme after upgrading WordPress. *hurriedly dials up web developer friend* Subscribe to via Email! (or via RSS!) Related vs. PolandCan Cannabis Cure Peter Reynolds?Chavs: A Review of The Demonisation of the Working ClassOn Aaron Porter and those anti-semitic commentsSome perspective on Millbank, the NUS, and its aftermath

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