Sophie on Manchester University boycotts…
Comments and critique from a Social Libertarian perspective.
Manchester University boycotts coca-cola At the AGM a couple of days ago Manchester Uni voted to stop providing coca cola. I rolled my eyes when I first heard the “good news” but I’ve been thinking….. the trade union HAVE called … Continue reading →
1 Education In general what the movement needs to address is political education countering the current media and questioning them, informing people of the truth of international situations and national ones (especially in revealing what is going on unbeknownst to … Continue reading →
Lobbying Lobbying Petitioning/Complaining to me – is a form of rule changing and opinion swaying that is a more studious and a little effective form of change. It may come from writing letters to papers pointing out their factual inaccuracies … Continue reading →
Ian Tomlinson, who died of a suspected heart attack yesterday. Photograph: Public domain Ian Tomlinson, who died of a suspected heart attack yesterday. Photograph: Jasper Jackson The man who died of a suspected heart attack in the City last night … Continue reading →
Clegg, struggling to check his anger, talked about difficult decisions. Harman then stuck the boot in with a sarcastic invitation to address those in the street outside. “I’m glad he thinks it’s so fair. Perhaps he’ll tell that to the … Continue reading →
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