More #BollocksToBrexit — another new design

ra,womens_tshirt,x1900,fafafa-ca443f4786,front-c,265,125,750,1000-bg,f8f8f8This is a great design for starting conversations with certain members of your family and complete strangers in public places.

ALL profits from this design on apparel, mugs, phone cases, etc. will go to People’s Vote or whichever group is doing the best to keep the UK in the EU at the time of making donations.

There are dozens of different styles and colours, as well as mugs, phone cases, and even throw cushions — though I’m not sure why anyone would want a political throw cushion. To throw at our opponents? If so, I’ll be slipping a brick into mine.

Following the success of my recent campaign in which profits from sales of all merch and books is being directed to the cause, I decided to add this running campaign.

This offer will run and run, unfortunately, but I hope it will end when Britain is back inside the fold.


Click here to go to the shop.

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The horror, the Tepco horror

Fukushima: back in March after the tsunami, it was ‘The  power station is OK. There has been no meltdown.’

Then in the summer it was, ‘Well, actually there were four meltdowns, but that’s OK and there’s no fission.’

Now it’s ‘Yes, we have fission, but only a little bit.’

Which leaves us all wondering which is more toxic, the nuclear fuel or the people who manage it.

Refounding Labour? Veni, vidi, dunnit.

Ed, Refounding Labour: it’s been done before. Tony did it. New Labour. Scrapped clause 4, which formerly committed the party to, er, socialism, thus making Labour a Conservative wannabe. Where were you? You didn’t notice? Refounding Labour didn’t help then. You’re sounding as clued-in as David Cameron. Are you going to reinstate clause 4?

And for re-founding things in general, that’s a very tired idea altogether. See below.

We trained hard … but it seemed that every time we were beginning to form up into teams we would be reorganized. I was to learn later in life that we tend to meet any new situation by reorganizing; and a wonderful method it can be for creating the illusion of progress while producing confusion, inefficiency, and demoralization.

Charlton Ogburn (not Petronius, as it turns out, but may as well be.)