The Bureaucratic Paradox of Brexit

In the last few weeks and months, Brexit has been unavoidable in the UK. The debate about who is right and how to go forward has raged on so long that for many people, it’s burned them out, yet still emotions are strong enough on both sides that it can’t be easily resolved. It is … Continue reading The Bureaucratic Paradox of Brexit

My Activism Journey and how the Digital Economy Bill got caught up in it

Since the world as I knew it turned totally fascist two Tuesdays ago, I've been looking at activism with fresh eyes. No longer for me is it a conscieable option to simply sign the occassional petition and hope for enough money to go to a protest, or choose a career in meaningful inter-personal work and … Continue reading My Activism Journey and how the Digital Economy Bill got caught up in it