So much things to say

by Stephen Tall on April 30, 2005

It’s an excruciating irony of an election campaign that, just as my brain is most over-loaded with opinions and rants I want to transcribe, I have least time to cast before you my pearls of wisdom. The result is that, (…)

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The lighter side of politics

by Stephen Tall on April 24, 2005

The 2005 general election will be remembered for, among other things (such as, of course, the Lib Dems forming their first ever government), being the first real internet election. Of course, people (or ‘pipple’ as Michael Howard would have us (…)

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Why Labour deserve to lose this election

by Stephen Tall on April 10, 2005

The opinion polls are unequivocal, and political commentators concur – on Friday, 6th May, Tony Blair will be smiling from the steps of No. 10, assured of an historic third term. If so, it will be the most dismal re-election (…)

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“You can’t handle the truth!” But can we?

by Stephen Tall on April 6, 2005

My regular reader will know that I try and live up to my homepage promise not to ‘toe the party line’. But, sorry, there’s an election on, so for the next month there’s nothing but slavish obedience to the cause (…)

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