Monthly Archives: June 2013

“Tea Is Tea”

  Once upon a time in a far off land there was a certain tea merchant whose fame spread so widely that more and more people called upon him at his tea shop. His tea was particularly exquisite because although … Continue reading

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The Elephant and the Monorail

There was once a town called Sillytown, where the inhabitants were always complaining and falling out over everything and could never agree upon anything. The people of Sillytown complained to the government of Fullistan, which was the country they lived … Continue reading

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Unkindest Cuts

Not for one moment do I believe that the cuts in various services and welfare payments are because the country needs to tighten the belt. Except by the Tories’ skewed way of thinking. The cuts are for two reasons: one, … Continue reading

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Leftovers.

I’ve always maintained that the Labour Party is not ‘the party of the unemployed’ and people on working age benefits should not expect an incoming Labour government to ‘give them a break’. It ought to be obvious, but I remember … Continue reading

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