We now inhabit a country – and a world – that is bracing itself for the next atrocity and the next massacre.
Browsing: Matt Carr
Theresa May’s government has driven itself and the country into a hole and it has no idea how to get out.
On 8 June 2017, a new political generation made its voice heard for the first time.
Theresa May’s government cannot be allowed to inflict even more damage on British society.
We should never allow ourselves to descend into the sewer that those who carried out the London Bridge attacks would like us to sink into.
May is unable to learn from history as she rushes towards a collision between illusion and reality.
The values that Theresa May invokes are so glaringly at odds with what her government is actually doing.
Trump is probably a deranged psychopath who ought to struggle even to get a firearms license – let alone run the world’s only superpower.
Trump has become a figure worthy of respect and admiration, simply because he ordered 59 tomahawk missiles to be fired.
Out of their depth on Brexit with no idea what they’re doing, it’s no suprise that the Tories are talking up war with Spain.
The new British future is already beginning to emerge out of the fog of government incompetence, lies and fading promises.
Bliss was it to be alive: who will ever forget the glorious day when the UK finally threw off the yoke of the European Union?
We cannot allow bigots to use this atrocity for their own ends and whip up precisely the kind of hatred that its perpetrators undoubtedly seek.
There is nothing good whatsoever about the decision that was taken on Thursday 23 June 2016 and the politics that made it possible.
The elite is not governed by the rules that govern the rest of us, it exists only for itself, in order to enrich its members, says Matt Carr.
We have allowed this government to pander to bigotry, prejudice and intolerance and to scapegoat minorities, writes Matt Carr.
Have we entered a cultural and political environment in which a 21st century fascism is possible?
It’s a mind-boggling combination of malice, idiocy, prejudice, magical thinking and epic incompetence, says Matt Carr.
Trump’s conception of American power is not very different from many politicians before him, says Matt Carr.
2016 will go down in history as a watershed year when the old political establishment was rejected by an unprecedented electoral insurgency that was dominated by the right and extreme right.