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for what its worth

You’ll have guessed that my food blogging as well as documenting my desire to enjoy cooking a bit more has been a substitute for having to say something about the state of the Labour Party at the moment. As with … Continue reading

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green chain walking festival

I’ve been sent a pdf of the events in this year’s Green Chain Walking Festival, which will be taking place between 16 and 24th September and looks jam packed with good walks. Let me know if you want a copy … Continue reading

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My stash

My stash Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. Isn’t it nice when your family know exactly what you’re like!

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did humans evolve?

I’d have thought the answer to that was pretty clear and that the science has been compelling for quite some time.  The New York Times tells me that quite a lot of people agree but there’s a persistant minority who won’t … Continue reading


have you ever mentioned your job on a blog?

That’s the question the TUC would like your answer to. I’m fortunate that my employers and colleagues have always known about my blogs and have either blessed them or not cared all that much. Plus of course I’ve not (yet) brought … Continue reading

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no platform?

Student politics being what they are I’ve left most of mine behind.  The one bit that I’ve always thought sensible was the no platform position for racists. When I was a student, those further to the left than me argued (and … Continue reading

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walks for your MP3 player

This site is a bit north of the river heavy, but the idea is great and it does have a Greenwich walk (which assumes you’ll be coming from North London). I’ve just dropped a note to the good people behind … Continue reading

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You Are 22% Evil A bit of evil lurks in your heart, but you hide it well. In some ways, you are the most dangerous kind of evil. How Evil Are You? (via Shuggy)

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in bloom

Stag Beetle in Bloom Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. Over the two and a bit years I had the political lead for the Environment on Lewisham Council one of the things I had the most satisfaction from was the … Continue reading

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tackling poverty

The pledge made by Tony Blair to end child poverty within a generation was perhaps one of the most ambitious he’s made in his time as Prime Minister. From my perspective it is one of the most important as well. … Continue reading

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