After our daughter of fifteen years of age was moved to tears by the speech of Greta Thunberg at the UN the other day, she became angry with our generation ‘who had been doing nothing for thirty years’. So, we decided to help her prevent what the girl on TV announced of ‘massive eradication and the disappearance of entire ecosystems’. We are now committed to … Continue reading An Inconvenient Truth
BY DANIEL JUPP The only time my Dad, a working class but aspirational patriot who through hard work rose to a middle management position, ever voted anything but Conservative, he voted Green. It was only once, I think, during the Major years. My Dad loved the countryside. He was a South Londoner but moved out to Essex. When he was a young boy, which would … Continue reading What Does it Mean to be Green?
BY QUENTIN PIGG Whether one is an abolitionist or an advocate of the House of Lords, few would credit the second chamber with being democratic. Few, it seems, but the ever buoyant – at least in spirit – Natalie Bennett who last week took to LBC to claim that the Lords is more democratic than the Commons. Perhaps it would be remiss of me not … Continue reading House of Weirdos
BY NIGEL BEAN & PAUL READ Martin Sims, Head Investigator at the League Against Cruel Sports (LACS), has just shot himself in the foot. In a news briefing, Sims stated that foxhunting is still very much alive after two supporters of the Kimblewick Hunt were caught on a trail camera pulling a fox out of a hole by its tail. The covert footage was not … Continue reading Hounding a Huntress