JEREMY CORBYN’S Labour is unlikely to win the June general election in the United Kingdom. At one point in Corbyn’s leadership campaign, though I believed it was unlikely, I thought it was possible that he could win a general election. … Continue reading Post-Brexit / Pre-Crisis Britain needs a strong PM
The moving banner at the bottom of the 24/7 news channel informs us of another atrocity carried out by Isis. “[Breaking News] 40 dead and 100 injured in two bomb attacks in Egyptian cities Tanta and Alexandria…..” I read somewhere … Continue reading Terrorism must never become normal
Bus Éireann buses are expected to be back on the roads this week after nearly three weeks since the beginning of the strike action. The dispute could come to an end in the coming days as all parties to the … Continue reading Bus strike end in sight?
In an age of alt-right dudes who wear pepe the frog badges and vote for things like trying to detach a country from a continent, pictures like these become more important. Continue reading The anti-fascist smile
In 2011 Catholics made up 84% of the Irish population. Now Catholics account for just 78%. Continue reading The death of Catholic schools in Malta and Ireland?