“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968

Friday, 15 May 2009

Marsh Farm Estate points the way forward.

The Westminster expenses fiasco shows no sign of running out of steam. Shahid Malik resigns, Clare Short suspected of perhaps not being the good old girl we all thought she was. Where is it all going to end? Will British voters simply retreat into yet deeper apathy or might fringe parties of the right and left hoover up votes at the EU elections? The wheel is very much still in spin but one indication of where, with a bit of luck and a fair wind, we could be going was on the Radio 4 Today program this morning when a visit to the Marsh Farm Estate in Luton revealed more political good sense coming from the residents than I have heard for some time. You can listen to it again here

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