Ethics

Since 2001 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 4 registered voters in a British General Election

Since 2001 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 4 registered voters in a British General Election.

Since 1979 no ruling party has ever had the votes of more than 1 in 3 of those registered to vote in a British General Election, (i.e. not including those who didn't register to vote, but including those registered voters who didn't vote)

via http://www.blog.rippedoffbritons.com/2014/07/graphs-at-glance-how-many-p...

Lives less ordinary....

Interesting pieces in the Guardian today about some interesting people

Ecuador's Lenín Moreno gives revolutionary turn by quitting while on top

guardian.co.uk, 19 Feb 2013

Jonathan Watts in Quito

World's only paraplegic head of state eschews high office to focus on link between quantum physics and human values

Thoughtful contributions on alienation

So, in his testimony to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee Rupert Murdoch says:

 


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