If this is how the election goes, Britain is doomed.

The Europe Debate

It’s pretty safe to say that very few people were going to be swayed by tonight’s political cage match between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage. The UKIP anti-EU mob went in believing their man was right, and everyone else went in backing Clegg because he wasn’t Farage. Nevertheless, there was an upside to all this. Farage’s reliance on bully boy tactics – loudly talking over Read More →

I don't like the time it takes to travel to London but the architecture is lovely, which makes it a bit better.

Assault, awkward situations and LGBT issues

I’ve held off talking about my trip to London for the Diversity Law Association AGM because I wanted to process what went on and sort out what I really wanted to say before setting it all down here. I was in London for the meeting as a representative of LGBTory so for the most part I sat quiet while the meeting went on, not wanting Read More →

Virtual currencies aren't inherently dangerous, but you have to be wary of how they are exchanged.

Mt.Gox: The warnings were there for all to see

The news of the apparent collapse of the Mt.Gox Bitcoin exchange did not raise any surprised expressions from people who have seen this story play out time and time again. Okay, maybe that’s a little harsh – some of us were surprised it took this long to collapse. Aside from that, there’s nothing shocking here. Virtual currencies without the backing of some authority figure are doomed Read More →