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Election thoughts

Time for a serious general election post. I’m not exactly enamoured by any party at the moment. I’ll go through them one by one. The Lib Dems are my most natural party fit but they’ve got tunnel vision in that

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Election speculation

I’m really undecided as to where exactly I think the general election is going to go. Conventional wisdom says that the Tories will come out with a huge majority, and yeah, that looks pretty likely. But it’s dissatisfying to me

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Question for brexiteers:

Brexiteers have generally been very happy with the Conservative party so far, but are they so happy now that Theresa May is seeking to reduce the power of the rebellious hard right, hard brexit wing of her party by bringing

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Neuroma #4

It’s time for the weekly neuroma update. I’m pleased to report it’s definitely improving. Logically, I knew it was last week, but it was still causing me enough discomfort that I was hesitant to commit to any positivity. The aches

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Brexit benefits

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39576856 Check out the graph on that page. In the last seven years, five of those have been spent in negative real wage growth. Just as we started to pick up into the positive axis, we decided to brexit which

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Neuroma #3

The neuroma situation this week is that it’s probably a bit better than it has been but it’s hard to tell. Summary: + It has mostly stopped feeling painful or bruised or weird when I wake up + I was

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Neuroma #2

I am now at week #4 of no running an the neuroma has… …got a lot worse. It’s not ambiguous, it hurts more. And if it continues at its current trend it’s going to cause me problems getting to/from work,

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