Nullius In Verba
(Take Nothing On Authority)
- How to Become a Personal Injury Solicitor January 11, 2015Pursuing a career as a personal injury solicitor in England and Wales can be an incredibly rewarding decision. Personal injury solicitors help to maintain an equality, whereby anyone can seek legal aid when they have been the victim of an accident. It is one role of a personal injury solicitor to help people obtain compensation, […] The post How to Become a […]
- How to Become a Personal Injury Solicitor January 11, 2015
Public Domain Arts & Media
Disobedience is man’s original virtue"Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is man's original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress has been made, through disobedience and through Rebellion" Oscar Wilde
Resistance Is Rational
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.
Tag Archives: David Cameron
This amazing quotes caught my eye in the latest Media Lens bulletin “In the aftermath of the Iraq war, then ITN political editor (now BBC political editor), Nick Robinson, wrote: ‘It was my job to report what those in power … Continue reading
I’ve just donated money to buy billboard ads all over London telling David Cameron he’s making a big mistake with our NHS. See what the ads will look like here. David Cameron knows that his plans for the NHS are … Continue reading
Late last night, RBS chief Stephen Hester said he would not take his £1 million bonus after all. That’s a huge turnaround – and 38 Degrees helped make it happen. When they launched the petition on Friday calling on Hester to … Continue reading
At the G20 summit this November world leaders have a chance do something good for the world, by introducing a Robin Hood Tax. It would help stop the cuts, tackle climate change and global poverty and help control the casino … Continue reading
See this article in today’s Guardian for research linking government austerity with civil unrest. The research paper the Guardian article was based on, Austerity & Anarchy: Budget Cuts and Social Unrest in Europe 1919-2009, can be found here.
[Note: A Tory perspective of much of what I am saying in this post was echoed by the Daily Telegraph Political Editor Peter Oborne, in his article, The moral decay of our society is as bad at the top as … Continue reading
This is a review of the autobiographies of New Labour supremos, Tony Blair, Peter Mandelson and John Prescott, written by my UCU colleague and eminent radical historian, John Newsinger. It is an excoriating analysis of the self-serving texts that exposes … Continue reading