Distinguishing Anti-Zionism from Antisemitism

Posted on February 14, 2024

In recent months, it seems like everyone's a political expert when it comes to Israel and its hammer to open a walnut policies. Amidst the heated debates, many people appear either ignorant or in denial of the crucial distinction between anti-Zionism and antisemitism. Apparently, criticising a political ideology is just as bad as hating an entire ethnic group. Here's why we need to maintain this subtle difference, just in case anyone forgot ...

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Reading FC – Winning Hearts & Minds Amid a Crisis

Posted on February 8, 2024

Reading FC still finds itself in a dire situation as the owner's disinterest leads to rapid asset stripping and a toxic relationship with supporters. Despite this, there's a positive narrative unfolding on the pitch. Despite challenges like points deductions and uncertainty over pay, players are rallying under a manager who's found a formula where Reading are hard to beat. Resilience in Adversity This resilience in the face of adversity ...

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Low Tax and Public Services

Posted on February 6, 2024

I have often wondered why people look at our nation's economy and fail to see the relationship between public services and taxation. Why can’t it be seen how it plays a vital role in shaping the overall well-being of its citizens? Okay, I can see how the idea of lower taxes might initially sound appealing, at least to a point. However, there is indisputable connection between adequate taxation and the offering of good quality public service...

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Met Office Names Exact Days For False Weather Headlines

Posted on January 27, 2024

The Met Office has named the exact days it expects click bait weather headlines to batter our social media outlets. In a recent exclusive interview, a spokesperson from the Met Office expressed confidence that headlines about a 'wall of snow' would dominate news coverage by LBC and The Daily Express until March 31, 2024. Despite the uncertainty, computer models suggest a persistent trend in fear-inducing 'Polar Vortex' stories, creating ...

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The Evolution of Work in a Post-Office Era

Posted on January 23, 2024

In a recent tweet, radio populist Julia Hartley-Brewer expressed concern over empty tube stations, attributing the situation to home workers and forecasting an impending recession. This sentiment is echoed by other populist figures such as Liz Truss and Jacob Rees-Mogg. As someone who has been working independently since 1997, I have been reflecting on the complexities of office dynamics and the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a ...

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