Kevin Clayton

Originally from Cork, Ireland, I now live in Barcelona, Spain. My degree was in Biochemistry and I have a PhD in Anatomy/Neuroscience but I now work as a freelance editor and translator (Spanish to English). Apart from science, my interests include politics, human rights and environmental issues, as well as music and film and tv.

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Spain: “Occupying” the Banks on the Street and the Net

  6 June 2012

The bailout of Bankia could cost 23,000 million euros but the governing politicians and the managers of Bankia do not seem interested in holding those responsible accountable. In the face of this, the Spanish people have taken matters into their own hands. Since the crisis began, popular initiatives have flourished both digitally and on the streets.

United States: Errors During the Republican Campaign

  15 March 2012

Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney are not only competing to become the Republican candidate who will face Barack Obama this coming November, but also for whom commits the greater number of errors in a speech or interview. In his recent visit to Puerto Rico Santorum declared that speaking English was a prerequisite for it to become the 51st state.

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