Monthly Archives: July 2013

What does Egypt tell us about democracy?

All the media comments about the Egyptian army’s ‘coup’ take for granted that the model of ‘democracy’ in the West is obviously right and the best. ¬†We assume that a party with a parliamentary majority, no matter how slim, and … Continue reading

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Rob Hopkins at Downham Market

I had a lovely afternoon when Rob Hopkins came to Downham Market for one of the ‘Transition Thursdays’. It was a delightful little event, with about 20 people, in the garden of John and Carol’s eco-house in Stoke Ferry. After … Continue reading

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