One of the central pillars of the argument for a Conservative government in Downing Street is fiscal responsibility; the idea is that the Labour party would run up debt with unrestrained spending and the Conservatives then have to come in … Continue reading 10 Years Since The Crash – Where Is The Economy?
Sam Ancliff of Activate was the guest on today’s podcast. We wanted to get Sam back on to discuss the Conservative Party Conference, the fringe events going on as well as the headline speeches, the tuitions fees freeze, the moral … Continue reading Chatter Episode 17 – Sam Ancliff On The Conservative Party Conference 2017
Lisa-Maria Neudert of the Computational Propaganda Project was our guest for today’s show. The Computational Propaganda Project is a research group that has spent the last year looking at the way bots on social media and “junk news” (aka fake news) have … Continue reading Chatter Episode 16 – Lisa-Maria Neudert On How Bots Are Influencing Elections
Last week, we attended the public consultation in Newtownabbey on the proposed £13 million cuts to the Antrim Trust (and £70 million across the whole of Northern Ireland) to try and understand what the Department of Health is proposing with … Continue reading Proposed Budget Cuts To The Northern Ireland Health Service
Callum Curry was the guest on today’s show ahead of the launch of his new polling company, Sussd. Sussd is a locally driven community polling platform that will allow people to give opinions on how local issues are being dealt … Continue reading Chatter Episode 15 – Callum Curry On Sussd and Life As An Entrepreneur In Northern Ireland
We live in a broken system, that’s not to say it is beyond repair or utterly dysfunctional, but it does not work for the majority of people. We have massive wealth and income inequality here in the UK and even greater … Continue reading Revolution Without Revolution