‘While Rome (or California) burns’ – Addressing the Climate Crisis

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The Climate Crisis rightly tops the headlines, as fires and floods and extreme weather conditions become more alarming and frequent, and rightly so. Climate is at the heart of Labour’s policies. It has to be. Labour’s Green Industrial Revolution sets … Continue reading

Failed By The State – The Struggle in the Shadow of Grenfell (Part 1)

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This is a ‘must watch’.  Explains the mechanism seen across London and other big cities of social cleansing. It’s the same one as is being used on the NHS, education, Fire service, police etc…. run them down, privatise and sell … Continue reading

#Grenfell – Negligence beyond Belief

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The shock and grief, the outpouring of emotions from anger, sadness and depair is what we are all experiencing. The full scale of this appalling tragedy at the #Grenfell fire leaves us numb. Those responsible are trying to shift opinion … Continue reading

‘I don’t care who does the electing as long as I get to choose the candidates’

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The actual quote is ‘‘I don’t care who does the electing as long as I get to do the nominating’ (Boss Tweed) … which is actually more to the point in the LP. Think about it and it’s obvious – … Continue reading

How to get rid of a democratically elected leader

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How to get rid of a democratically elected leader – advice for rebel MPs First and most importantly, play the long game. Don’t jump in with some half-baked scheme like a mass resignation… and particularly don’t do it if you … 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