Monthly Archives: May 2015

The rise of The WISE

If the feelings of an entire electorate cannot be determined by the interaction of the entire nation on a single day, then how is it possible to interpret and act appropriately on behalf of those people for a period of … Continue reading

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The Dundering Valueless Lobotomised A&%¬£holes

Well at least that is less offensive than what I called them when they were the DVLC! Of course it is the bureaucracy of the organisation at which I swear rather than the individuals working for it (especially those in … Continue reading

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Some Mathematical Perspectives on Voting in the UK

With voting for the 2015 General Election about to get underway it looks set to be a wonderful demonstration of voter confusion. Smaller parties have an even greater chance to chip votes away from the two main parties as no … Continue reading

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Russell and Ed. A love story brought to you by Saatchi and Saatchi

Where do you go when the spin doctors can do no more? Screenplay or advert writers. Whilst a nation sits waiting for simple, factual, honest and purposeful politics utilising modern technology, the UK Government would rather continue experimenting with advanced … Continue reading

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