The Labour Party manifesto for 2019 in Birmingham was welcomed with cheers, and tears of emotion and joy. Labour presented its radical plan for real change for our people, and our planet. It was so inspiring, many of us were overwhelmed by emotion at the proposed plans to rebuild Britain, and improve lives for us all. HERE IT IS
Given that the election is fast approaching, it’s worth remembering (or learning) that today, 18th November, is an important date in the political history of our country. 109 years ago on this day women marched on parliament in order to … Continue reading →
The paradox from R J Murphy’s latest blog outlines how everyone is loving Labour’s policies. People are fed up of being ripped off and yet some are still prepared to vote for more from Tories. The cliche of turkeys and … Continue reading →
This is an excerpt from Ken Loach’s film, ‘Spirit of 45′
An Excerpt from The Spirit of ’45.
In 1945, Labour’s Aneurin Bevan brought in the NHS to eradicate Health Poverty, as described here. Now in 2019, we face the prospect that Tory privatisation plans will return Health Poverty to the British people. We can stop them by finding that determined ‘Spirit of ‘45‘ again by voting in a Labour government.
‘Never again’ meant ‘No’ to war, and ‘No’ to a peace which just benefited the bosses and not working people. We must preserve the NHS for our children, our grandchildren, and those not yet born. That is the way to honour those who fought a war, and those who voted for our NHS in 1945 for a peace for the people. We will again find the spirit of ’45, and we will again vote in a Labour socialist government and we will say ‘Never Again’ to cruel austerity.
This is the Climate Election which will decide the future of our planet. Labour is committed to The Green New Deal. With floods, hurricanes and bush-fires becoming more frequent, the Tories short-sightedness as demonstrated by their recent U-turn on fracking … Continue reading →
The Tories, with their Eton schooling and privileged lives are so out of touch with the realities of our daily lives, they don’t even know when they’ve made an insensitive comment. We are told by Tories that Rees-Mogg would be cleverer … Continue reading →
Government is Failing To Address Climate Crisis We cannot hide away from our responsibilities to address the man-made climate emergency, how we will cope with extreme weather causing fire, hurricanes, and flood, and also how we will prevent further … Continue reading →