Monthly Archives For September 2009

After the Green Party


Recently on the Cedar Lounge Revolution smiffy raised an interesting point which was that the future path of the Green Party might be quite similar to that of Democratic Left. I hadn’t thought about it…

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Lisbon and Development

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I have previously argued here that the military implications of the Lisbon Treaty constitute an argument for a NO vote on 2 October.  I now want to argue that the implications of Lisbon for ‘developing…

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Does Wealth Trickle Down?


Speaking in relation to loyalist paramilitary decommissioning, First Minister, Peter Robinson, stated recently that devolution should benefit working class loyalist communities as much as it does the ‘business community’. According to Mr Robinson “Devolution isn’t…

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The Nirvana of NAMA

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Donagh writes: As Nat O’Connor on Progressive Economy pointed out, the NAMA Bill does not define what ‘systemically important’ means, when it states: “The Minister shall not designate an applicant credit institution as a participating…

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