Jonathan Davis
Jonathan is editor of Passing Nightmare, where he writes about foreign and domestic politics, sociology, war and the media. He has also written for New Left Project and the Morning Star.

He is an IT professional by day with a keen interest in GNU/Linux and Free Software. He is currently studying Social Sciences.

Entries by Jonathan Davis

Meh-lection 2015

(0) Comments | Posted 23 April 2015 | (08:12)

Let me start first by saying this, politics is a huge part of my life. I've been following political debates for a long time, I've written articles for newspapers and websites about political issues and I'm finally inching towards the end of a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics after...

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Is the Eurozone Austerity Backlash Heading to Britain?

(0) Comments | Posted 14 May 2012 | (22:23)

As the disciples of Eurozone austerity are being unceremoniously booted out of office, now might be a good time for us to discuss whether the backlash against British austerity, which has been growing since the formation of the coalition, has the potential to expand and provoke yet another government to...

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Same-Sex Marriage: Why Not?

(2) Comments | Posted 26 February 2012 | (22:29)

Last week, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey hopped on the bandwagon of a new petition launched by the Coalition for Marriage, a group formed to support what they define as traditional marriage (ie: that which involves one man and one woman), opposing any efforts - including

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Beating the Drums of War (again)

(0) Comments | Posted 12 December 2011 | (22:56)

So here's the scenario. A sovereign nation in the Middle East is accused of developing weapons of mass destruction. The dictatorial leader is portrayed as psychotic and deranged across the western media, seemingly capable of anything. The international community releases intelligence reports, making a series of worrying accusations. The public...

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Focus on #Occupy

(0) Comments | Posted 5 November 2011 | (10:37)

At Occupy the London Stock Exchange, the obsession with empty tents and health and safety regulations which has persisted since the camp came into existence appears to have finally given way to more serious discussion. This has no doubt been assisted by the pause in legal...

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Britain's Problem with Immigration

(25) Comments | Posted 27 September 2011 | (00:00)

Concerns about immigration are regularly at the top of the British political agenda. Unlike many commentators and politicians in the media, I certainly don't see the subject as taboo or that any attempt is being made to prevent us from talking about it, in fact the opposite appears...

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