Pensions: Thatcher’s vision is coming to fruition

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Society is indeed a contract. It is a partnership…. not only between those who are living, but between those who are living, those who are dead, and those who are to be born”  Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France 1790 Pensions: Thatcher’s … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Summers and the Electable Jeremy Corbyn

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The Electable Jeremy CORBYN 1. A TALE OF TWO SUMMERS As a child I learned of honestly, fairness and justice, and I learned about socialism. These philosophies go hand-in-hand. But in my lifetime, The Labour Party I loved has become … Continue reading

It’s all a game of Monopoly really

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It’s all a game of Monopoly really by Prue Plumridge When Labour left office in 2010, Liam Byrne left a very unfortunate message saying there was no money left. The Tories have dined out on this lie ever since. We … Continue reading

Len McCluskey: Labour Right must stop scheming and start fighting the Tories

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Len’s speech lasts 25 minutes then a Q&A Len McCluskey | Jeremy Corbyn: Blast From The Past Or Leader Of Tomorrow? | Oxford Union Published on Feb 25, 2016 SUBSCRIBE for more speakers ► http://is.gd/OxfordUnion Oxford Union on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theoxfordunion Oxford Union … Continue reading

Cameron’s ‘Predator State’ vs Junior Doctors

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RK on social media wrote (with a little editing): An item on the news, said that teacher assistants were increasingly being used to teach full classes, some up to 30+ hours. PCSO staff are taking over much more of the … Continue reading

John McDonnell at The Peoples Assembly Against Austerity

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Targets should be to tackle homelessness, food banks, joblessness, withdrawal of social care, climate change not GDP which just measures how much wealth has moved to the top.   John McDonnell MP Shadow Chancellor The Peoples Assembly Against Austerity 05 … Continue reading

A party divided by ?

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What exactly is it that the 4.5% MPs* disagree with Jeremy Corbyn about?   I mean which of his domestic policies?   I have to say that for all their daily media attacks, I’m still none the wiser but I … Continue reading