… a chocolate spanner. Caisse à outils, spied last month through a plate glass window in Perigueux, France.
this post also features in offguardian With so many brown skinned men, women and children in the Middle East maimed, bereaved or having their lives terminated by the high tech and highly profitable products of America’s military industrial complex, it’s … Read More »
Since becoming Labour Deputy Leader in September 2015, Tom has had just shy of £97,000 from two Israel lobbyists, Trevor Chinn and David Garrard, and from Labour Friends of Israel. On Facebook I came across the list below, taken from … Read More »
In a one seat canoe, you’re skipper and crew, just messing about on the river. Josh Macrae My kayak waits in the garage: deflated, rolled and strapped to folding trolley – the kind porters use to ferry grain sacks round … Read More »
When people tell me they can’t stand Dylan, I get it. Really I do. He’s not everyone’s cup of tea and especially I get it when the can’t-stander is a woman hitched to one of the Western world’s many Dylan … Read More »
It is difficult to describe as anything other than a hatchet job the BBC Panorama special this week that sought to bolster claims that the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has become “institutionally antisemitic”. The partisan tone was set from … Read More »
I’ve written about this before: circulation on social media of information which is false – as in this piece on gun control and homophobia – or incorrectly understood – as in this on Syria – to prop up views I … Read More »