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Divide and Rule Rediscovered

As has happened in other periods of history, we are now witnessing a surge in the growth of ‘tribalism’. This is partly the consequence of a culture which anonymises people to such a degree that it produces pervasive loneliness and alienation. We do not know where we belong and we thrash about in...

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By Martyn Goss Posted: Sunday, July 8, 2018 - 9:26am Updated: 09/07/2018 - 9:46pm
Before the course started This evening I start my first session of insomnia treatment with...
Posted: 17/03/15
Published by Sleepyhead Clin...
In their newly published letter ‘Who is my Neighbour?’ the Bishops of the Church of England call on...
Posted: 06/03/15
Published by Martyn Goss
Fancy climbing out a window to escape a date? In your average day, you see so many different faces...
Posted: 13/02/15
Published by sophiewhiting67...
A recent scientific report has suggested that 4 out of 9 ‘planetary boundaries’ have been crossed...
Posted: 13/02/15
Published by Martyn Goss
In the past few months I have been struck by what we could call the ‘parable of the pit’,...
Posted: 19/01/15
Published by Martyn Goss
Paul Diviani sends New Year message to East Devon residents: In the darkest, nay, dampest, days of...
Posted: 05/01/15
Published by Mary Youlden
Christmas is a great time for catching up with family and friends. Long, lazy meals are chances to...
Posted: 25/12/14
Published by Mary Youlden
Let’s be honest, Christmas in Britain today is a messy shambles as a religious occasion. The...
Posted: 15/12/14
Published by Martyn Goss
Nearly five years ago, Haiti was struck with a massive 7.0 scale earthquake that killed up to 300,...
Posted: 28/11/14
Published by Benjamin Howe
Over 400 years ago a ‘terror’ cell in London headed up by Robert Catesby planned an extreme act of...
Posted: 11/11/14
Published by Martyn Goss
Bad manners, telemarketing calls and bras digging in are among the top annoying ‘niggles’ that...
Posted: 07/11/14
Published by News Desk
The NHS in Devon has warned it might have to restrict certain treatments and operations and stop...
Posted: 31/10/14
Published by Ben Bradshaw
Who really benefits most from welfare spending? A lot of people think that it’s the unemployed....
Posted: 21/10/14
Published by andyhannan
The Commons Culture Media and Sports Committee on which I sit is currently doing an inquiry into...
Posted: 17/10/14
Published by Ben Bradshaw
In recent weeks both Labour and the Liberal Democrats have made calls for the abolition of Police...
Posted: 14/10/14
Published by Mary Youlden
Millions of years ago the Earth was a spinning ball in space surrounded by enormous clouds of toxic...
Posted: 09/10/14
Published by Martyn Goss

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