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Thousands march against spending cuts


More than a quarter of a million people have marched through central London to deliver a powerful message about the government's cuts in public spending. The generally good-natured mood was soured by violent and destructive attacks on symbols of wealth including the Ritz, banks and a luxury car dealer, and an occupation of the upmarket food store Fortnum and Mason. Trade union organisers said that the turnout had exceeded their expectations, and thousands had travelled by coach and by train from as far as Edinburgh to vent their anger at the government's cuts by marching through London to a ...


We need a general election


Both the borough’s Labour MPs voted against dissolving parliament and holding an election. The vote follows months of scandal and allegations over Brent Labour MPs expenses claims, and a massive 25% drop in the Labour vote in last week’s European elections in Brent. Eight ministers have abandoned Gordon Brown’s government and internal disputes have overshadowed important policy debates.The only major party to move forward in the elections last week was Sarah Teather’s Liberal Democrats. Even David Cameron has admitted that the Conservatives can’t win in Brent ...


Britain has outsourced mayhem. Finally it's coming home


I believe that the current political crisis has little to do with the expenses scandal, still less with Gordon Brown's leadership. It arises because our economic system can no longer extract wealth from other nations. For the past 300 years, the revolutions and reforms experienced by almost all other developed countries have been averted in Britain by foreign remittances.The social unrest that might have transformed our politics was instead outsourced to our colonies and unwilling trading partners. The rebellions in Ireland, India, China, the Caribbean, Egypt, South Africa, Malaya, Kenya, Iran ...


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Why don’t we have flying cars? | John Preston and Ben Waterson
In Back to the Future we had flying cars by 21 October 2015, but our transport still harks back to the last century. And that’s because it’s about peopleFlying cars in The Jetsons and Back to the Future, or Star Trek’s spaceships and teleportation, may have captured the imagination decades ago, but most current methods of transport have been around a long time. Railways were being rolled out rapidly from the 1830s, while the commercial breakthroughs in petrol and diesel engines date to 1876 and 1892 respectively. Even the jet engine that made mass aviation possible can be traced back to Frank Whittle’s first patent in 1932. Related: Never mind driverless cars – we need intelligent transport systems | Paul Mason The problem isn’t coming up with new ideas – it’s changing the bigger picture Related: Hoverboards: conspicuous consumption or fun glimpse of the future? | Steven Poole Continue reading...
Optus's EPL coup: the new player in Australia’s sports media rights battle | Marc C-Scott
Foxtel has lost the rights to broadcast English Premier League matches in Australia to the country’s second biggest telco, Optus. But what will it mean for fans? And how will the games be broadcast? In surprising news, Optus has secured the media rights to the English Premier League (EPL) for three seasons commencing from the 2016-17 season. Optus already has the rights for the EPL in its hometown in Singapore. The new deal includes the broadcast and digital rights (broadband and mobile) for all 380 matches broadcast in Australia. Related: Foxtel loses English Premier League broadcast rights in Australia to Optus We are dedicated to delivering the best domestic and international entertainment for our customers. With 930 million followers worldwide, the Premier League is one of the most sought after sports properties for content providers. Related: Privacy commissioner investigated Optus over data-handling practices Related: Fairfax and Nine's streaming service, Stan, launches ahead
Do we really become more conservative with age? | James Tilley
The accepted wisdom is that the young are more radical than the old. But is this true, and if it is, why should our politics change with the years?Any man who is under 30, and is not a liberal, has no heart; and any man who is over 30, and is not a conservative, has no brains.This maxim – variously attributed to Winston Churchill, Benjamin Disraeli and Victor Hugo, among others – neatly captures the common notion that to be on the left of the political spectrum is to be young and idealistic, while to be on the right is to be older and more pragmatic. But is there any evidence for this? Related: If you want young people to vote, give them the handbook | David Shariatmadari Related: ‘People don’t lose interest in politics when they get old and live in a home’ | Lee Lixenberg Continue reading...
Corbyn’s opportunity
Politics, as we have seen over the past year or so, is full of surprises. No one thought that the Scottish referendum would come so close to breaking up the United Kingdom. Few thought that the Conservatives would win the general election with an overall majority (albeit a slim one). And the biggest surprise of all is the still new, still bearded leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn.



 
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