Tag Archives: Change.org

Snookered . . .

The snooker players bend them selves into all sorts of attitudes, squint along their cues, and pop the balls into the pockets around the table edge. And then that man in the dinner jacket promptly inserts his hand, retrieves the … Continue reading

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A New Way of doing Politics . . . ?

I have come to think that organisations such as 38 Degrees, Change.org, and SumOfUs which exist mainly on the web, provide “instant” communication, and response (sometimes perhaps a little too¬† much like a knee jerk response) are involving people in … Continue reading

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What a world we live in . . .

The following appears on Change.org : “We the family of Cherry Groce the innocent mother who was shot and paralysed by the police in 1985. The shooting sparked the Brixton riots. To this day no one has been held responsible … Continue reading

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Where are we going ?

Some time ago, because I used to work for The Children’s Society and because we still support its work, my attention was drawn by them in connection with some issue to BID. Today BID have sent out an email a … Continue reading

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