Wednesday, April 19, 2006


Intriguing as it may be to find out what happened to the Arch, this post isn't about that.

It's also not about how "trains were hauled to Euston from Chalk Farm by ropes, the locomotives not being brought nearer town lest they should frighten the horses".


It's saying I have gone and signed the Manifesto.

Here's why. I have signed because it's about supporting
the values of democracy, human rights, the continuing battle against unjustified privilege and power, solidarity with peoples fighting against tyranny and oppression — are what most enduringly define the shape of any Left worth belonging to.

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