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The House that Brexit Built

  • April 05, 2017
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With less than a week since HM Government presented the EU with the letter, the lineaments of the new British future are already beginning to emerge out of the fog of incompetence, lies and fading promises, and it isn’t a pretty sight.   Before Article 50  had been triggered, Michael Gove was looking forward...

Save a Refugee – Bomb ’em all to Hell

  • September 09, 2015
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In less than a week, the British government has frantically changed its line on Europe’s refugee crisis like a twitchy gambler shuffling cards in the hope that the right one comes up.  First  David Cameron  rejected the notion that accepting more refugees was a ‘solution’ to the crisis, as if anybody had ever said...

Tory Ghouls Shuffle into the Limelight

  • March 11, 2013
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‘False friends are like our shadow, keeping close to us while we walk in the sunshine but leaving us when we cross into the shade,’ wrote the nineteenth century American author Christian Nevel Bovee.

With darkness falling on Cameron-land, and Nigel Farage grinning manically and looking more and more like the Joker about to take over...

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I’m a writer, campaigner and journalist.  My latest book is The Savage Frontier: The Pyrenees in History and the Imagination (New Press/Hurst, 2018).  The Infernal Machine is where I write on politics, history, cinema and other things that interest me.

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