(If you have studied basic political philosophy, feel free to jump to paragraph four!)
Why should I obey the law? Social contract theory suggests that the answer lies in the fact that I have – at some point – given my consent to being governed. Having consented, I thus have a duty to submit to […]
There was a small flurry on the twittersphere last week. It was the result of the sixtieth defeat of the government in the House of Lords. The matter at hand was the government’s – or more accurately, the Tory party’s – attempt to change the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies and reduce the number of […]
“All I ask is the chance to prove that money can’t make me happy.” Spike Milligan
“The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do.” Thomas Jefferson
RT @andrew_harrop Scary fact for the 2017-version Labour Party: 62 out of the 64 seats it needs to win a majority have an above average number of older voters
RT @jlsinc I see Corbyn's keeping himself busy, unlike last year when HE WENT ON HOLIDAY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BREXIT CAMPAIGN.
But it won't last... twitter.com/progressonline…