A poll for a poll

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A message for Easter and a prayer for Lyra McKee


My year of activity

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The deeds to match the words

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How we get the healing done

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Put It To The People

Speech to "Put It To The People" March

 

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An unaccountable oligarchy

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Please don't leave the Labour Party

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YouTube must act against Yaxley-Lennon

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We need a new Gambling Act fit for the digital age: My speech to the IPPR

 

 

An Analogue Act in the Digital Age

A Worcestershire MP once said: “there are people today who think you can cure the ills of the world by legislation: but you must examine the legislation they propose to see whether it is adapted to the practical experience of daily life. 

Those words were spoken by Stanley Baldwin in 1926. You may be surprised to hear me quote a Conservative Prime Minister. I might not share his scepticism of legislation, but I am reminded of Baldwin’s emphasis on the importance of its practicality when I think about the regulation of online gambling today.  

 

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