Beyond the age of reason

We are not rational creatures, as a descriptor of humanity, we have the potential to be rational, but even attempting to be rational has subjective bias for all sorts of reasons including regional and cultural bias. We also use reason and logic selectively, prejudice is very real, but also irrational. We make no conscious choice […]

It’s time politicians learnt some respect

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,485 Wednesday 06 July 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Well it’s good to see the new kind of politics that MP’s are laying out for us, so that we can act accordingly. I have been remiss in thinking that your party was fairly unique in its paternalism and […]

We have just had a defining moment in Britain

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,201 Sunday 13 September 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, 12 September 2015, a defining moment in British history. I see that your master of the dark arts, Lynton Crosby, is already on the job earning his thirty pieces of silver. I am sure that the bile and filth […]

The policies of driving people into enforced helplessness

A letter a day to number 10. No 981 Wednesday 21 January 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, I have never been able to decide whether depression is down to nature or nurture. I suspect it’s both and I also suspect it is something for which there will never be a definitive answer. Even looking back to […]