Monthly Archives: February 2011

Bob Crow provides a vital public service.

On the increasingly funny 10 O’ Clock Live, David Mitchell wittily pre-empted the audience’s desire to turn his interview with Bob Crow into a pantomime. Crow’s extremity and provocativeness makes him the perfect pantomime villain. Unfortunately for many Londoners, they … Continue reading

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Resist 26

Unlike the TUC, Resist 26 actually seem to be doing something to make March 26th as big as it needs to be if we’re to convince those in power that we aren’t willing to accept their cuts. The plan is … Continue reading

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David Cameron Pretending to be Common

It’s silly, but oh so satisfying

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The Wood Green Barclays Bail-In

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A few members of Cuts Discussed yesterday took part in the country-wide day of action against Barclays bank: the BAIL-IN. Barclays has recently announced profits of £6bn, average salaries of £236,000 in the investment banking division (10x the national average), … Continue reading

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They’re (short) selling us out!

On yesterday’s Prime Minister’s Questions, the rotund, vile, archetypical Tory Nicholas Soames indignantly posed this question to the prime minister: “[Will the PM] agree with me that deregulation is an extremely powerful tool in economic reform…Is he also aware that … Continue reading

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Cameron is a Cunt. From every single angle.

I’m tired of considered criticism of the coalition’s cuts and need a more cathartic letting of the infuriation this government is responsible for creating. Although it feels like we are witnessing our society crumble, I’m not even in the firing … Continue reading

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In Praise of 10 O’Clock Live

After 10 O’Clock Live debuted, I was excited to see a platform on which popular and well known presenters were expressing an explicitly anti-government sentiment. I concede that it was a bit of a shaky start, but I think the … Continue reading

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