From the daily archives:

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Songs To Learn and Sing: The First 700

June 18, 2013

Jackie South had the honours this time – the 700th song fell in the middle of our gay themed week to celebrate the landmark passage through the House of Commons of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, with his posting of the iconic Lola by The Kinks.   We’ve since moved on to 708 songs at […]

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Stuart Hall: why politicians should leave sentencing to the Judges.

June 18, 2013

Stuart Hall is an elderly paedophile who has been, rightly, charged, convicted and sentenced for offences against little girls over a twenty year period. I know that, you know that, we all know that – but, that is all we know, because none of us, unless we were directly involved in the case know the […]

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Robin Hood Tax: Will the Lib Dems do the right thing?

June 18, 2013

Chris Leslie, the shadow Treasury minister, will table an amendment today against the George Osborne led UK government challenge in the European court of justice against the EU proposal for a Financial Transaction Tax (Robin Hood Tax). This tax could involve a 0.01% levy on non retail banking transactions such as bond and share transactions […]

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