I spoke to nearly 50 students and staff at Brighton University last night about the big moral questions facing us in the 2015 General Election. I argued that there was a crisis of the 5 “E”s: the Economy, the Environment, the Establishment, Europe and of Ethics.Read More →
The newspapers yesterday (11/11/2014) were full of the story that Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has achieved a political first on the world stage by appointing a Minister for Yoga: Huffington Post on Indian Minister of Yoga
Sorry to take the wind out of his sails and de-scoop the international media heavyweights and the Twittersphere, but The Green Party in Kemptown was first out of the blocks with this one – and have the video to prove it.Read More →
One thing that lots of people say is a real turn-off about party politics is the “Punch & Judy” behaviour of the main parties. Prime Minister’s Question Time is often cited as an example where the politicians might as well just stick their tongues out at each other. As Brighton & Hove, and Kemptown in […]Read More →
Wow ! What a night we had last night at the official DavyJones4Kemptown launch event !
More than 150 people packed into the Sidewinder pub. Green Party leader Natalie Bennett travelled 200 miles to deliver a rousing speech on the Green Surge. As Davy recounted all the campaigns DJ4KT had supported over the past 18 months, members of those campaigns, trade unions and groups, shouted out from the audience to acknowledge it.Read More →
It is time for a completely new policy on drugs.
The “war on drugs” here and abroad has been a total and costly failure. Just as the prohibition of alcohol before it was a total failure.
According to a recent Observer poll, some 84% of people believe the war on drugs can never be won. Even the Sun agrees. They are right.Read More →