Austerity was political ; Cruelty therefore deliberate #ToriesOUT

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So Theresa May now admitting that Austerity was a political choice and cruelty deliberately inflicted on the people. #ToriesOUT They must pay. Because of Jeremy Corbyn’s honesty and courage, people have seen the truth – Austerity was a myth. I, … Continue reading

The #Brexit Plus – That’s what the Election is about.

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From Jenny King Theresa May wants to make the General Election all about Brexit. And how we manage Brexit IS massively important, as it’s vital that we get a deal which looks after our economy, workers’ rights, the environment and … Continue reading

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

Housing in Crisis : A Clear Failure of Free Market Policy

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Housing in Crisis: By Henry Stewart : @happyhenry If councils had continued to build homes at the rate they did from 1974 to 1979, we would by 2014 have had 4.1 million extra dwellings. That fact perhaps on its own … Continue reading

Corbyn’s excellent unreported Speech

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Yet again, there has been an almost total lack of reporting on Jeremy Corbyn’s response to this most slippery of rightwing governments.   Yet again, only the Morning Star has fulfilled the role of the media.  Yet again, for the … 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

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