Friday reading

Felaheen, by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
The Bloodline Feud, by Charles Stross

Last books finished
The Return of the Discontinued Man, by Mark Hodder – did not finish
Blood of Atlantis, by Simon Forward
Hurricane Fever, by Tobias S. Buckell
The Man Who Walked Through Walls, by Marcel Aymé
The Ruby’s Curse, by Alex Kingston
Rose, by Jon Arnold
The Massacre, by James Cooray Smith

Next books
Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts, by Rebecca Hall
"The Saturn Game", by Poul Anderson

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  1. I joined Labour immediately after Corbyn won the leadership, because I wanted to support him. Now I am deeply concerned for exactly the reasons detailed in this post.

    I am increasingly impressed with Owen Smith. He does not support austerity and it is shocking to me how many people are uncritically repeating this completely false factoid. Especially when it is often the same people who (rightly) cite the LSE study showing how many lies have been repeated about Corbyn. I did not know anything about Owen Smith a week ago but I have looked for myself at what he has said and how he has voted. He is not a Blairite, does not support austerity, and does not want to privatise the NHS — on the contrary he is proposing massive public investment and insisting on a publicly owned NHS that stays free at the point of service. He’s proposing to renationalise the railways for heaven’s sake. I am sure he has flaws, but I am really fed up with people blindly repeating these complete lies.

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