Monthly Archives: May 2015

Richard Dawkins: ‘The God Delusion’ – in seven paragraphs

When one thrusts forward into darkness with his twin blades of reason and logic, it becomes obvious that holding religious faith is as morally reprehensible as paedophilia. Unless of course you are a moron, in which case I pity the … Continue reading

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The 2015 General Election Campaign – in seven paragraphs

Introduction The most positive appraisal of this election campaign I can muster is that it has been completely pointless. For every gimmick, giveaway and gaffe; every pledge, platitude and plea: nothing has changed. Labour and the Conservatives, the two parties … Continue reading

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Sheryl Sandberg: ‘Lean In’ – in seven paragraphs

1. It wasn’t easy single-handedly transforming Google from an obscure start-up in 2001 to a multi-billion dollar behemoth in 2004, which is when I got pregnant with my first child. “Don’t worry,” said Sergey and Larry when we touched base … Continue reading

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