Monthly Archives: March 2022

The fall and rise of Jamie Wallis MP

In a week when our elected politicians have seemed ever more detached from the (biological) reality in which we mere voters – unqualified to have an opinion, apparently – are forced to live our dreary cis lives, the highlight was … Continue reading

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Missing: the Employment Bill

[With apologies to Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt] I step into HansardI’m wonking down your street againAnd past your door, but you don’t live there anymoreIt’s two years since you were in the manifestoAnd now you’ve disappeared somewhere, like outer … Continue reading

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