Neil is a journalist and writer, based in the U.K.
He is a regular contributor to The Guardian, The Australian, The First Post, Morning Star, New Statesman, The Spectator, R.F.O., Daily and Sunday Express. His work has also appeared in The Fleet Street Letter, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, The Times and in publications as diverse as The American Conservative, Pravda and The Racing Post.
He is strongly opposed to the neo-conservative war agenda - and believes in the urgent necessity of a left-right anti-war coalition.
On domestic issues he supports renationalisation of the railways and public utilities (he is a co-founder of the pressure group The Campaign for Public Ownership), a new top rate of income tax on the very wealthy, free care for the elderly, a free National Health Service including the restoration of NHS dentistry, protection of the Green Belt and the countryside, restoration of capital punishment and the reversal of the draconian ban on smoking in public places.
Neil Clark is a prolific journalist, but as his politics are rather left-wing he doesn't get the recognition he should.
His blog is often used as a place to reproduce the articles he writes for various websites.
But it's also the place where he lets his hair down, holding forth on politics, of course, but also a wide range of other topics.
The result is a funny, well-written blog which shouldn't be missed out on.
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