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  • Glasgow, Scotland.
Also known as Paul Kavanagh. Blogger. Biting the hand of Project Fear.

British nationalism, the politics of warmongering

5 min read
In an election year, a struggling right-wing British nationalist government, facing a 20% poll gap, deploys military action in Yemen, hoping for a Falklands-like boost, disregarding the consequences.

Mendacious narcissistic sociopaths

6 min read
While Rishi Sunak hints at delaying the next general election, countering earlier expectations, criticism grows over the PM’s narrative, including handling PPE contracts, his views on the Rwanda scheme, and underscoring accountability concerns.

Institutional cronyism is central to Westminster

5 min read
Scottish Tory peer Michelle Mone faces scrutiny over alleged involvement in the VIP lane for PPE supply during the pandemic, exposing Tory cronyism and profiteering from a global catastrophe.

The normalisation of fascism

6 min read
The Tory government enforces stringent visa rules for UK citizens bringing foreign spouses, disproportionately affecting families and increasing NHS fees. Despite this, a Tory rebellion aims for stricter immigration policies, considering Boris Johnson’s return and Nigel Farage’s involvement.

Reshuffling the sleaze

6 min read
Rishi Sunak, who previously positioned himself as a β€œchange” candidate, abandons the claim by appointing David Cameron, known for austerity and the Brexit referendum, back into a senior government role. The move is a risky gamble amid internal party tensions and public backlash.

The alarming rise of the new fascism

8 min read
Global concerns escalate as U.S. Project 2025 promotes far-right Christian nationalism. In Britain, Suella Braverman’s inflammatory language towards migrants, the homeless, and protesters raises fears of the Conservative Party transforming into a far-right authoritarian entity.

Shifting goalposts and the failure of the Scottish media

5 min read
The Scottish media’s handling of the ongoing constitutional impasse regarding a second independence referendum has come under scrutiny for its perceived one-sidedness and for framing the issue as primarily a matter for the SNP.
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