Anarchy in the UK

Due to having recently acquired a social life, previously lost behind the sofa, I’m rather light on blogging and even further behind the news. Sadly I will catch up and probably go back to a load of things that no one’s interested in any more – however in the mean time it seems the police would like us all to snitch on any anarchist sympathisers we might know though they apparently have already backed down Captain Ranty as ever has is covered as does The nameless libertarian so there’s really nothing left to say it’s all done and dusted in … Continue reading

Another survey to play with

Obviously on line surveys are very important indicators of public mood, and one should never try to rig them, unless of course it would be funny. So with that in mind let me point you to at this little poll by the Guardian: Will you attend the pro-cuts march? (Hat tip Rally against debt) As the saying goes, vote early vote often :) +30

Rally against debt – tomorrow

There have now been several protests against the “cuts”, which is all well and good, but there’s not been a lot of visibility from those that think that perhaps our current level of national debt is a bad thing and that perhaps it might be a good idea to do something about it. Until now! (well tomorrow actually). Tomorrow at 11:00 am in London at the Old Palace Yard, Westminster there is a rally against debt. Note this is not (despite what the Guardian thinks) a pro-cuts rally, or a rally for higher taxes but a rally against the national … Continue reading