Author Archives: John Greenwood

Social Justice

Friday 6th April, 7:15 for a 7:30pm start, Unity House, Fennel Street, Stuart Brady our Labour Parliamentary candidate will be speaking at our next meeting 7.30pm April 6th. on Social Justice. Advertisements

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The Good Friday Agreement and Brexit

Friday 2nd March, 7:15 for a 7:30pm start, Unity House, Fennel Street, Loughborough To be introduced by Ray Sutton (who lived in Belfast for 3 years during the height of the troubles) and Paul Chaplin (who has only know the … Continue reading

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Socialism today

It was suggested that a good topic for a Friday Room discussion would be the status of Socialism today. Here are my thoughts. Starting with the Oxford English dictionary definition of socialism in English: A political and economic theory of … Continue reading

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Pollution and plastic waste

Friday 2nd February, 7:15 for a 7:30pm start, Unity House, Fennel Street, Loughborough Pollution has been in the news recently, particularly by plastics. It is a problem that has grown rapidly over the last few decades and is getting worse. … Continue reading

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Planning Meeting 5th Jan at the Swan 7:30pm

To discuss the topics for the next few discussion meetings.

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Brexit, Trump and the Russians

Friday 1st December, 7:15 for a 7:30pm start, Unity House, Fennel Street, Loughborough Discussion to be introduced by Ray Sutton. Have the Russians tried to influence the American Presidential elections? Are they trying to influence Brexit? How would they do … Continue reading

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A “Soft” Brexit?

A very interesting discussion at the last Friday Room discussion, “an Anarchist view of Brexit”. I have clarified my views on Brexit. I voted remain and I still of that view. At the time I accepted that the EU governance … Continue reading

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