A group of bloggers (including myself) have recently launched a political opinion website. The aim is to host differing opinions on a wide range of topics, our sole uniting concerns are explained in the About page:
This site is bringing together writers on politics and social issues who are united in concerns about creeping authoritarianism and encroachments on the freedom of speech, and the erosion of equality before the law. Beyond those uniting concerns, many differing opinions are represented here on other issues.
We are welcoming articles from readers. We are using Disqus as the comment platform.
Recent focus was on the French election including these articles:
(John L. Work shares his thoughts about the predicament of France’s riot policemen.)
(Jillian Becker describes how civilization itself is at risk.)
But we are also asking bigger questions about government policy throughout the West, for example:
(I call out the hypocrisy of European governments who claim to be showing compassion in the migrant crisis).
(Dr Tim Morgan criticizes neo-liberalism.)
(I ask some difficult questions about the welfare state.)
(Political blogger Samuel Hooper criticizes the trend towards increasing illiberalism on university campuses, and asks whether under 21s should lose the vote).
(Tom (British Awakening) celebrates the glorious event of the triggering of article 50.)
We have also re-published a number of articles previously featured at:
You may wish to comment on those if you missed them first time around e.g.:
by British Awakening
by Seymour Clare
Hope you can find some time to visit. This is the link to the front page: