I am not going to write this as a one sided pro-Euro piece because it would be wrong to do so. I have contradictory feelings on the matter but I believe that staying in is the best for now and the future. So I'm going to stick to what I observed and personally felt yesterday and what I have actually felt before during and after the event.
Stop Killing Cyclists is a harsh name for a Campaign. Harsh but so sadly, fair. It was formed by veteran Climate Campaigner Donnachadh McCarthy as cycling is one of the key ways everyone can help cut climate change. After all 50% of all car trips are less than 5km.
It would seem impossible, to believe that the UK government wouldn't have actually known the size of dissent against Trumps visit.
GHQ monitors social media and every other form of communication barring carrier pigeon
The Homeric Games: what's the story?
1. of, relating to, or suggestive of Homer or his poetry.
2. of heroic dimensions; grand; imposing:
Homeric feats of exploration.
Creating and sustaining solutions needs to be easier and more fun. People are disenchanted with a lot of the current methods of fundraising.
Lord Jim O'Neill was headlining on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme this morning, talking about how great the UK economy is doing, despite the vote for Brexit. An ardent Remain supporter until now, it's amazing how he and his ilk can flipflop their narratives without ever acknowledging just how wrong they get things. It was another reminder for me not to bother listening to Today. Why do people like O'Neill get such a platform from our big news media institutions?
CTRL Shift: An Emergency Summit for Change Over two and ½ days in March 2018 we will:
I invite everyone to join in this conversation, bring your experiences and expertise - sharing your viewpoints really does help. I would especially love to hear from those within the production and publication industries - film/media etc. My curiosity has led to the question 'Who should lead on positive change, on raising awareness - the media or the masses? and how can we be part of that?'