Monthly Archives: April 2013

DIY

I got around to installing additional star locks on our patio doors (compliance with insurance).  Very pleased with my precision in fitting the first one.  Nice to work on decent quality FSC wood.  Shut the door to find the precise … Continue reading

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The psychologists gather

Just back from Harrogate where the British Psychological Society were meeting.   Why go there when I’m so ambivalent about these professional clubs?  Well they were kind enough to give me an award for ‘the promotion of equality of opportunity’, for … Continue reading

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That woman

http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/content/view/full/131483?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter. A brilliant editorial from the only socialist English language daily paper, the Morning Star.   Actually Thatcher showed the correctness of Antonio Gramsci’s analysis of hegemony and power in the modern capitalist State.  The best way to remember her … Continue reading

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Venezuela: promise and challenge

One of the best articles I’ve seen on the state of the Venezuelan “Bolivarian Revolution”:  it sets out its promise and the challenges and contradictions it faces.  Notable among them is this: “…the priority to preserve the planet and save … Continue reading

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Action call! Consultation Paper on Non-economic Regulators: Duty to Have Regard to Growth | Steady State Manchester

Action call! Consultation Paper on Non-economic Regulators: Duty to Have Regard to Growth | Steady State Manchester. see this post on steadystatemanchester.net

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