2 weeks ago, Theresa May’s shock general election press conference awoke me from my backpacker bubble and broke me from my (fake) social media sabbatical. For months, I think some political silence from those of us outside of Theresa May’s hard brexit cult can be understood. The nation appears to be being run in the […]Read more "Labour and Jeremy Corbyn in the 2017 election: things can only get better…or can they?"
There’s too much politics going on said Linda. And maybe she’s right. A 3rd election campaign in 3 years, and the ever increasing hyperbolic slanging matches that go with it, is in many ways going to be incredibly tiresome. Yet, going to the polls again does throw up some interesting possibilities if you get a […]Read more "Politics is my crack: a return to blogging"
A Blairite coup is underway but is it necessary?
How Blairites and Corbynista’s must come together to reshape the partyRead more "Dear Labour members – this is how we must change to save our party"
A upset and angry Facebook post that went too far…Read more "A case for hope on the darkest of days: who’s to blame and how can it be put right"
Swindon fans have grown to find the play-offs a tortuous experience. And when Swindon were overrun in the opening quarter, and then preceded to miss another penalty the all too common sickening feeling was building. But Swindon rose against a tiring Sheffield side to equalize and then score a last gasp winner to send the […]Read more "Sheffield United 1 – 2 Swindon Town"
A brilliant late strike from Jon Obika sent the hardy away following into delirium as Town clinched their first ever win in Doncaster, reports Ross Barrett…Read more "Dancing down the streets of Doncaster"
Swindon Town suffered a 2nd defeat in three games as a frantic 60 seconds lead to a frustrating evening at Boundary ParkRead more "Oldham 2 – 1 Swindon Town: Our own worst enemies"