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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Aug 19

https://medium.com/media/3c8d0ca095700a6f3eab07baa31d91c3/hrefFarage’s recent success exposes three blind spots and one fundamental weakness in XR that we need to reflect on.Do you agree with any of the following?Blind spot 1: Our superiority to groups that have loyalty to their tribe and nation over the world. We can learn from Farage to honour and defend this way of life, not just see it as problematic.Blind spot 2: Communicating about climate emergency in a way that’s alienating to those outside our progressive tribe. We can build on how Farage tapped into the British instinct for fairness and betrayal by politicians over Brexit.Blind spot 3: Our instinct …

What can Extinction Rebellion learn from Nigel Farage? Read More »

https://medium.com/media/3c8d0ca095700a6f3eab07baa31d91c3/hrefFarage’s recent success exposes three blind spots and one fundamental weakness in XR that we need to reflect on.Do you agree with any of the following?Blind spot 1: Our superiority to groups that have loyalty to their tribe and nation over the world. We can learn from Farage to honour and defend this way of life, not just see it as …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 19

A proposal for a joint participatory design process by Britain and the EU to shape a prosperous relationship for a new futureTheresa May has lost the Brexit deal vote.This is the preliminary end of a process which was driven by abuse of power, wrong judgment, inadequate planning, hate, fear, disintegration, division, deceit and a complete lack of vision and innovation.Now it is time to reconsider all options. With this short impulse, we seek to propose of how to work through this crisis by embracing an open process of co-creation.Britain has to find back to inner political stability and a state of reconciliation …

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A proposal for a joint participatory design process by Britain and the EU to shape a prosperous relationship for a new futureTheresa May has lost the Brexit deal vote.This is the preliminary end of a process which was driven by abuse of power, wrong judgment, inadequate planning, hate, fear, disintegration, division, deceit and a complete lack of vision and innovation.Now it is …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jan 19

A proposal for a joint participatory design process by Britain and the EU to shape a prosperous relationship for a new futureTheresa May has lost the Brexit deal vote.This is the preliminary end of a process which was driven by abuse of power, wrong judgment, inadequate planning, hate, fear, disintegration, division, deceit and a complete lack of vision and innovation.Now it is time to reconsider all options. With this short impulse, we seek to propose of how to work through this crisis by embracing an open process of co-creation.Britain has to find back to inner political stability and a state of reconciliation …

BREU a new future Read More »

A proposal for a joint participatory design process by Britain and the EU to shape a prosperous relationship for a new futureTheresa May has lost the Brexit deal vote.This is the preliminary end of a process which was driven by abuse of power, wrong judgment, inadequate planning, hate, fear, disintegration, division, deceit and a complete lack of vision and innovation.Now it is …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jan 19

Big Ben is not the only thing in the UK that requires maintenance. Image sourced via https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/uk-world-news/big-ben-scaffolding-14826151We are told the army is preparing to be on standby for a No Deal Brexit, which signals incipient social breakdown. Our Health Secretary is buying fridges to store medicines, reminding millions their health relies on contingent imports from the EU. We are assured there will be adequate food, which is not really funny. We are advised that our default scenario of leaving the EU without a deal would not be ‘the end of the world’, but not why that should be viewed as …

Brexit, Democracy and the Sacred: Why a second referendum has to be sacrificial. Read More »

Big Ben is not the only thing in the UK that requires maintenance. Image sourced via https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/uk-world-news/big-ben-scaffolding-14826151We are told the army is preparing to be on standby for a No Deal Brexit, which signals incipient social breakdown. Our Health Secretary is buying fridges to store medicines, reminding millions their health relies on contingent imports from the EU. We are assured …

Brexit, Democracy and the Sacred: Why a second referendum has to be sacrificial. Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Jan 19

Big Ben is not the only thing in the UK that requires maintenance. Image sourced via https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/uk-world-news/big-ben-scaffolding-14826151We are told the army is preparing to be on standby for a No Deal Brexit, which signals incipient social breakdown. Our Health Secretary is buying fridges to store medicines, reminding millions their health relies on contingent imports from the EU. We are assured there will be adequate food, which is not really funny. We are advised that our default scenario of leaving the EU without a deal would not be ‘the end of the world’, but not why that should be viewed as …

Brexit, Democracy and the Sacred: Why a second referendum has to be sacrificial. Read More »

Big Ben is not the only thing in the UK that requires maintenance. Image sourced via https://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/uk-world-news/big-ben-scaffolding-14826151We are told the army is preparing to be on standby for a No Deal Brexit, which signals incipient social breakdown. Our Health Secretary is buying fridges to store medicines, reminding millions their health relies on contingent imports from the EU. We are assured …

Brexit, Democracy and the Sacred: Why a second referendum has to be sacrificial. Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Apr 18

Did you get what you voted for?In order for democracy to work, we have to continue to buy into the idea that the best way to influence the way we are governed is to vote for what we want. It’s a central part of the belief system, that your vote is your power.The biggest frustration isn’t so much when you find yourself among the losing minority, but when you win but still don’t get what you voted for.Last week, senior research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Marley Morris wrote about the connection (or lack of it) between the kind …

Brexit voters want more regulation, not less Read More »

Did you get what you voted for?In order for democracy to work, we have to continue to buy into the idea that the best way to influence the way we are governed is to vote for what we want. It’s a central part of the belief system, that your vote is your power.The biggest frustration isn’t so much when you find yourself …

Brexit voters want more regulation, not less Read More »


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