Author Archives: John Greenwood

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

To discuss the topics for the next few discussion meetings. Advertisements

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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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An Anarchist View on Brexit

Friday 3rd November, 7:15 for a 7:30pm start, Unity House, Fennel Street, Loughborough The ongoing Brexit saga is never out of the news. Understandably so, as many people face a level of uncertainty – whether economic, political or based on … Continue reading

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Basic Income: Three narratives

There is widespread support for a basic income of some sort, as shown by Amanda in turning a solution into a problem, but it is not clear how it could come about. The debate seems to have got hung up … Continue reading

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Can threats bring peace?

Friday 1st September, 7:30pm, Unity House, Fennel Street, Loughborough Loughborough Peace Group sent a petition to the Foreign Office urging our Government to join the UN Nuclear Ban negotiations. Alan Duncan replied: “As a responsible Nuclear Weapons State, the UK … Continue reading

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For Jo Cox

For Jo Cox by Liz Gray If we had words to gather and ravel up a life knit the years as yet unlived slit by shot and knife; if we had wool to work it to stitch it, row on … Continue reading

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