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Tag: intolerance

March 27, 2017

Bigots & Baseball Caps

by Matthew Steeples

Intolerance comes in many forms but the very worst kind is middle class hypocrisy   In a week when Damien Hirst was told: “Go home!” by animal rights activists in Venice (who also dumped 40kg of dung outside where he is due to exhibit a non-animal related show at the Palazzo Grassi), I, myself, experienced … Continue reading “Bigots & Baseball Caps”

December 8, 2016

Animals and Animals

by Matthew Steeples

Social media has given a gang of angry old men a voice that is truly repugnant; weirdly they’re united by their adoration of cats and dogs   Hitler loved animals. He didn’t like most humans and he especially didn’t like Jews, gypsies and gays. Now, a group of angry, bitter men have taken to social … Continue reading “Animals and Animals”

December 2, 2016

Banishing Brexit

by Matthew Steeples

Defeat of Zac Goldsmith in Richmond signals the 48%’s fight back is making headway   Some would have you believe that yesterday’s by-election in Richmond was all about Zac Goldsmith’s opposition to the expansion of Heathrow Airport. It wasn’t and in her victory Liberal Democrat Sarah Olney proved one thing – the electorate of her … Continue reading “Banishing Brexit”

July 20, 2015

Debbie Bancroft

by General

Debbie Bancroft spends her days amongst the upper echelons of New York and Southampton yet considers the word “socialite” to be “meaningless”.

May 26, 2013

Alec Shelbrooke MP: a man who speaks sense

by Matthew Steeples

A Conservative MP sensibly suggests that this week’s killing in Woolwich was not terrorism   In the days since the terrible murder of Lee Rigby, 25, in Woolwich, the BNP, the EDL and other racists have leapt on the description of it as “terrorism”.