Paul McNamee

Paul McNamee is the Editor of The Big issue

Recent articles by Paul McNamee

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We must defend those who suffer a miscarriage of justice

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"Under current laws, the Birmingham Six and Guildford Four would have struggled to see any compensation"

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Let’s get serious about the benefits of work

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"If there is a serious attempt to make work work for the young unemployed, show the routemap"

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Science must not be a follower of fashion

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"We should celebrate that we live in an age when scientific rigour can help us leap forward and make lives better"

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Tinkering at the edges won’t help repair the NHS

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"When experts speak, politicians should listen, learn and act. Not just pay lip service..."

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Give talent a helping hand – wouldn’t that be nice?

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"Blunt won on points but Bryant had a point. We need to make schools real places of opportunity”"

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Want our vote? Show some real vision

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"Let's see politicians grasp the nettle of local tax. It's not sexy or easy, but it's the realism and honesty we need"

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Trying to lasso the madness

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"Good people will always outnumber those who decide their life is worth more than the life of someone else"

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Make 2015 the year you question everything

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"It is easy to accept prevailing moods and move with them. We mustn’t, though. It’s important that we challenge everything"

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There are sounds of wonder and hope

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"Sometimes the sheer daily battle can become too much. At that time it’s worth stopping and looking up..."

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Ding dong! Allow the spirit of the season to carry you

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"The sentimentality of Christmas leads to feelings that lead to action. This is to be applauded"

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I have faith that we’re not going to be beaten by machines

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"No matter how clear the reasoning, or the empirical knowledge, there is a human hunger to hope for something more..."

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Fighting for a bargain? Let it go...

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"We are becoming willing accomplices in a dash to make us consumers of everything all the time"

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Flying the flag for symbols? Depends where you’re standing

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"The problem with claiming a historical imperative over elements of identity is fixing a place to draw the line"

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A time of reckoning for mainstream politics

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“Those in Westminster are removed from realities arguing in abstracts that seem to have little bearing on our lives”

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Flights of fancy lead us to great leaps of imagination

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"Just because John Lewis manipulates us and is trying to sell us something doesn’t mean what they are saying is ultimately any less true"

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Backlash

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"It should never be forgotten that in war 18-year-old boys get their legs and arms blown off"

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A high price to pay

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"Exploring such buildings can inspire and enlighten. If admittance is charged, then untapped interests will remain forever untapped"

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Going it alone

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"Imagine the loneliness of seeing the world move at pace around you but you’re in a bubble of solitude..."

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Power politics

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"Nuclear is an option. But why cede control to a big player from France, as EDF are?"

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Nobel effort

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"Our political leaders claim that what they do is for you and me, but the evidence is difficult to divine"

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