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Politics: End the obfuscation on Trident

by Iain Donaldson on 19 July, 2016

I have often described the current Lib Dem policy on Trident as confused.  The Party effectively supports “a part time submarine on a zero-hours contract” and I have said that this is to all intents and purposes an abolition policy on Trident.  In last night’s debate on the UK’s Nuclear Deterrent my argument was vindicated. […]

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Politics – that scary clown dream

by Iain Donaldson on 14 July, 2016

When I was younger I used to write down my dreams in case any novel ideas came out of them that I could turn into stories.  Last night I had a dream so comical that I thought I might just repeat that exercise, lets face it nobody would ever come up with this as a […]

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Political Perspective – The Battle for Britain

by Iain Donaldson on 13 July, 2016

On 23rd June 2016 the British People voted against the advice of: Every Living Prime Minister Almost every economic expert Almost every scientific expert Almost every historian Almost every industrialist Almost every financier Almost every trades union And almost every foreign leader who isn’t seeking the demise of the UK and Western society The response […]

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Somewhere in this country a new movement is forming to carry forward the cause of Regional and local Government empowered to act on behalf of the people it represents. Somewhere in this country there is a party forming that believes in proportional representation, an elected Lords, a written constitution and a right to recall MP’s.  […]

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The outcome of negotiations for a British exit from the European Union are not, and can not yet, be known and so the Referendum was held on an entirely false premise that we would be better off out than in.  For this reason it is logical that when the options are known we should ask […]

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I have been asked why I named this page 2020 Liberal Vision, and the answer is simple, the Liberal Democrats have a tendency to be right in our predictions of the impact of the decisions of our Government on the life of our nation.  Never was this more so than in the decision of Charles […]

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Politics – There may just be a plan!

by Iain Donaldson on 4 July, 2016

“What has Europe ever done for us?” was the cry that sounded across a disgruntled and largely ignored working class Britain as it pressed the red button that had clear instructions written across it is big yellow letters “do not press under any circumstances”. The problem is that if you offer people no hope, no […]

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Politics – After the EU Referendum

by Iain Donaldson on 29 June, 2016

The oldest parliamentary democracy in the world is facing constitutional crisis and political meltdown following the EU Referendum vote, and the only solution is an immediate general election, as most MP’s have no mandate to vote in favour of Brexit and most probably don’t even want to. Most Tory candidates who became MP’s had made […]

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Politics – reclaim our democracy!

by Iain Donaldson on 25 June, 2016

On Thursday over 17 million British People voted to leave the EU in the belief that their vote was going to restore British Democracy.  How ironic then that the first major impact of their decision was the resignation of the Prime Minister and the announcement that the British political elite of the Conservative Party (which […]

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Household food bills could be about to rise by a staggering 14% as a direct result of Britain’s decision to exit the European Union due to the predicted fall in the Pound against both the Euro and the Dollar. Britain produces around 54% of the food we consume, with a further 27% coming from the […]

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