Why UK politicians could learn a lot from the Pirate party

By Paul Mason

The Guardian

Supporters of the Pirate party in Germany.
Supporters of the Pirate party in Germany. Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters

With just 22 days to go until the election starts, like many social media addicts I am wondering just how much more Official Political Tweeting I can take.

Politics with a small p is, of course, on fire. My social media feeds sizzle with the anger of people from across the globe: over the racism of cops in Ferguson, US, over the destruction of antiquities by Isis, over Jihadi John, over Netanyahu’s 26 standing ovations and, above all, over the alleged criminal behaviour of bankers.

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