Don’t drink, don’t smoke, what do you do?

Here’s a thing. I have been struggling with overwhelming anger and rage for months. Just fumbling a tea bag can provoke an explosion of inchoate rage. Worst of all, and unsurprisingly, working out why and what it’s all about has been really hard. But, and here’s another thing, the driving desire to know something isContinue reading “Don’t drink, don’t smoke, what do you do?”

Shocking Statistics Show 350,000 More Children in Poverty Than Last year

Originally posted on The poor side of life:
According to statistics released today by CPAG (Child Poverty Action Group) 350,000 more children are in poverty in the U.K than last year. This shows that 29% of all children in the UK are growing up below what is regarded as the breadline. In total that’s 4.2…

When the line is crossed.

There’s an expression for when something occurs that causes an uncontrollable response of acute distress. It’s called ‘triggering’, ‘trigger’ and being ‘triggered’ and under certain circumstances you can find yourself in a constant state of acute distress without even knowing the cause. I am in that situation and this is an exploration of my circumstancesContinue reading “When the line is crossed.”

A Gentle Anarchy

Now that I have been barred from the Labour party… Aha ahaha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha… oh dear, o dear… I am left with no other place I want to go other than Anarchy. I’ve been here for years, but just needed a Starmer betrayal and kick up the arse to sortContinue reading “A Gentle Anarchy”

A Call To Men Of The Left

Originally posted on Kay Green:
*** Guest post by Ian McNee*** Women’s Liberation, Identity Politics & Socialism On Saturday 4th February the feminist campaigning organisation Woman’s Place UK are co-hosting their second national conference on women’s liberation with the UCL Women’s Liberation SIG at the Institute for Education, UCL and on the theme: “Education for…