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Microgeneration: Power through the People

Microgeneration: Power through the People

Backbencher January 7, 2014 1

James Evans makes the case for microgeneration as a way to meet UK energy needs. My last article focused on understanding the failure of our leaders to take certain difficult decisions. I cited energy

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Christmas Gifts for your Political Companions

Helena Horton December 16, 2013 0

It’s Yuletide again, and you crazy right-wingers who populate the readership of this fine publication need to find some gifts for your political geek friends. Well, don’t worry your head trying to be witty

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Tensions Frac-tious over UK Energy Future

Backbencher August 19, 2013 0

By Riley Maxwell Is fracking worth backing? On Sunday 18th August 2013 it is estimated that 1,000 demonstrators set up camps in West Sussex protesting against fracking. The process of fracking involves pumping water

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Feminism and the Right to Get Naked

Feminism and the Right to Get Naked

Backbencher June 21, 2013 4

Feminists should advocate equality for women, including the ones that get naked for a living. The government’s own research shows that there is a link between the portrayal of women as sex objects in

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Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Backbencher April 17, 2013 1

  The Green Party in the UK usually gets accused of being a fringe party, full of eco-warriors, with nothing much to say except how much they want to save the trees. The ethos

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