Can we please drop the nonsense of ‘tax payer’s money’?

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Can we please drop the nonsense of ‘tax payer’s money’?  The phrase is just political advertising, intended to manipulate us in to accepting cuts and constraints which are not good for us or the economy.   (Christopher Bacon explains why … Continue reading

Brighton Fringe – #MMT with the one and only Prof. Bill Mitchell #Lab17

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  Many of us now realise that the scares about deficits and debt are nothing more than useful devices to justify cuts and sell-offs of our public services.  Austerity is a political choice.  There was/is nothing necessary about the last … Continue reading

Why the hell doesn’t Corbyn put the bell around the cat’s neck?

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‘Why the hell doesn’t Corbyn put the bell around the cat’s neck?’ Cryptic? No. It’s the Aesop’s fable that springs to mind when I read the various Princess and Princeling (elected or not) posturings and complaints about Corbyn and Copeland: … Continue reading

There are two Labour parties now. The small controlling party of Blair, and the party of the membership.

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The Great Ron Rafferty says*: A brief history of the world …. From the time of Kinnock, there was an ever-increasing vetting procedure of new Labour candidates.  That started off from a relatively weak administrative point from the Central Office … Continue reading

Cameron’s Sartorial ‘Dead Cat Manoeuvre’

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John Crace, sketch writer for the Guardian, reckons that David Cameron let the mask slip at PMQs ….. ‘Then came the playground game-changer. In reply to a heckle from Labour’s Angela Eagle about his own mother’s opposition to his welfare … Continue reading

Is the whisper of the People heard through “Democracy” looking down on them? @Corbyn4Leader

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Democracy or Philanthropy? How can we combat poverty and injustice? The Collective Voice of Labour Think tanks, philanthropists, charities, celebrities  and  lobbyists are shouting from the wings the answers to an impoverished world.  Joseph Rowntree, Barrow  Cadbury, Bill Gates, Russell … Continue reading