The Left Needs to Get This Right

I joined the Labour Party when I was at university in the days of Neil Kinnock. I even, briefly, flirted with student politics proper and stood for election to the Student Union Executive (my polit…

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Happy Now?

Fantastic article about Brexit and its consequences.

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It is day four in the Big Brexit house.

I had hoped after Friday’s absolute catastrophe of a day that the country might somehow magically rally over the weekend. I mean, when you plunge your country into possible ruin on the promise of a golden future that will allow it to rise like a phoenix from the flames, you have a plan, right?

As it turns out, you don’t. The only person that seems to have any plan at all, and be acting on it rather than just spouting meaningless Churchillian rhetoric is Nicola Sturgeon, and I can’t even vote for her.

I was distraught and angry on Friday. I had hoped to feel better by today. Instead I am running on barely controlled rage and getting more enraged by the moment.

Here are a few things I am furious about:

Firstly, leave voters telling me to calm down. I’m sorry…

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New interview for the blog “Via da Qui”

Hello everybody,

Proud to post that the fantastic blog “Via da Qui” has interviewed me and here is the link to such interview:

Unfortunately it is only for Italian readers, not sure how Google is translating it 😀

Merlin xx

Perchè non capisci il mio espatrio?

‘Delizioso’ articolo di Katia, la blogger di una fiorentina a Liverpool (per chi non lo sapesse, mia conterranea 🙂 ). Perche’ alcuni non capiscono l’espatrio di altri? Perche’ mettere insieme una cellula cerebrale e un po’ di empatia e’ troppo difficile per alcuni italiani moderni *big sigh*

“Perché non vengono capite scelte diverse dal solito “posto fisso”? Preparati, post polemico e molto pepato….”

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