Demonstrations, Politics, The Blog

March for the Alternative | This Saturday

Hi All, Today, UCU members are on strike in opposition to the damaging cuts in education. NUS has worked closely with UCU throughout our campaigns to oppose Government cuts and stands in solidarity with their strike action. On Saturday 26 March thousands more trade union members, students and the public will join together in central… Continue reading March for the Alternative | This Saturday

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Demonstrations, Politics

Details on what is expected to be the biggest march of the year:

Saturday 26 March 2011 On Saturday 26 March, students, trade union members and supporters will unite in central London to continue the campaign against the coalition Governments savage programme of cuts to education and the public service. NUS is standing shoulder to shoulder in solidarity with trade unions to fight against the spending cuts that… Continue reading Details on what is expected to be the biggest march of the year:

Politics, The Blog

All intelligent people have intelligent babies who can achieve great wealth, don’t you know?

The following was written by my gorgeous friend, Nina Blues. I wanted to share with you what she wanted to share with me, because I think Nina murders the following lady better than I ever could. You're about to be outraged, or at least, I bloody well hope you are. I would like to believe… Continue reading All intelligent people have intelligent babies who can achieve great wealth, don’t you know?

Demonstrations, The Blog

The anti-fascist demo at #Luton 2011, from the perspective of a #UAF member

This is written from a subjective view-point that captures the craziness and chaos of what happened from someone directly involved. For one of the very few videos with footage of the UAF rally, click [here]. Skip to 02:42 for the speech by Martin Smith ❤ The BBC nor any other channel will ever broadcast it.… Continue reading The anti-fascist demo at #Luton 2011, from the perspective of a #UAF member

Demonstrations, The Blog, Writing

Scrivener, London demos, coffee-demons and saga eureka (maybe)

From 11AM yesterday until 4AM today, Mitch and I did not move from the sofa other than to make tea/coffee or use the loo. It was, despite not moving for seventeen hours, quite productive. I made a decent dent into my presentation (now almost finished) due in tomorrow. I’ve organised an expansive Writing Bible with,… Continue reading Scrivener, London demos, coffee-demons and saga eureka (maybe)