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May fiddles Brexit

2018-07-15T01:03:39+00:00 Tags: , |

May Fiddles Brexit May was a Remainer, of course, so we understand that she does not have an ideological investment in Britain leaving the EU. But she should have had an ideological investment in the UK and more so in democracy. No matter your stance Remainer or Brexiteer no one voted to become [...]

Brexit to Lexit

2018-06-21T14:18:13+00:00 Tags: , |

Corbyn right not to back EEA - it blocks a socialist UK Rebel Labour MPs are working against our radical program The Lords amendments last week exposed the divide in the Labour Party on Brexit. With regards to the EEA amendment, to which Labour whipped to abstain, 90 Labour MPs broke the whip, [...]

Down the Rabbit Hole

2018-05-31T18:24:11+00:00 Tags: , , |

British Political Parties being dragged Down the Rabbit Hole UK political Parties are now truly being dragged into the Rabbit Hole of Madness, Middle East Hatred, Anti Islamic or Anti semitic. Pick your Poison. Both Labour and the Tories are being pulled into the conflict of hatred. One bottle of poison proscribed by [...]

Fool me once.

2018-05-28T18:34:09+00:00 Tags: |

On the 21st of April Chemical weapons inspectors entered the Syrian town of Douma to gather evidence of the alleged poison gas attack, that is said to have taken place there. It was reported. The Syrian government is believed to have used chlorine gas on its own people. This lead to a U.K. French [...]

Going Back to Our Roots

2018-05-20T18:29:51+00:00 Tags: |

To beat the Tories, Labour needs to win in areas where Ukip has faded away   Paul Mason on the local elections. If this were a general election, Labour would be the largest party If last week’s figures were translated into general election results, Labour would be the largest party, and could form [...]

Muddy waters

2018-05-20T18:39:30+00:00 Tags: |

Again we see the right MPs within the Labour Party going against the Party and the leadership. Jeremy Corbyn set out Labour’s Brexit position on the customs union in February this year, seemingly bringing to an end months of confusion over where the party stood on the issue. He said Labour would seek “a new comprehensive [...]

It’s Only Words

2018-05-20T18:45:43+00:00

May Day Chesterfield May Day. Chesterfield May Day celebrations are the largest outside London and today we were privileged to listen to a speech made by Unite the Unions leader Len McCluskey. My views on Len McCluskey’s speech: Len McCluskey used his speech to talk about change and hope, a shared [...]

Man in the Mirror

2018-05-20T18:47:23+00:00 Tags: , |

Jeremy Corbyn critic Chuka Umunna has called for an inquiry into Labour’s local election campaign. Mr Umunna said the advances which could be expected at this stage in the electoral cycle under a “divided and incompetent” Government had failed to materialise. Link to article here. Live on national television, once again Chuka was premature [...]

Local elections

2018-05-20T18:50:09+00:00

Labour's 'best London results since 1971' Despite the Toxic Right of the Labour Party adding to the negative mix on MSM over AS. Millions of voters have been to the polls in a night that as seen Labour gains and the best result in London's local elections for the Party since 1971. Jeremy Corbyn’s [...]