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

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

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

Economic Inequality explained

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Animation from the US but can you spot the differences between the US and George Osborne’s economic ‘strategy’ in the UK?   Urban Nation Radio An Animated Video Explains Economic Inequality.

The riddle of the deficit (or deficits for Dummies)

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Riddle: When is a ‘deficit’ not actually a deficit? Answer: When it’s a Government budget deficit.    Dear [insert name of virtually any Journalist or Politician] It seems that you’re still having a bit if a struggle to understand what … Continue reading

Austerity is a Political Choice not Economic Necessity

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zaBy Prue Plumridge Last week Matthew Lyn (a columnist for Bloomberg) wrote in an article published in Money Week that, “the policies on offer under Corbynomics would quickly ruin the economy”. This was followed shortly afterwards with another written by no less … Continue reading

Who says we can’t afford the NHS or Social Security?

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By Prue Plumridge Yesterday in Parliament, we witnessed a shameful spectacle when only 48 Labour MPs voted against the Welfare Bill.  The extreme centre, as Tariq Ali referred to it in his book ‘The Extreme Centre: A Warning’, once again failed to … Continue reading