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

The other reasons why Labour lost in 2015

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For the most part, Margaret Beckett has managed to avoid the firing line for her 35 page report as to why Labour lost the 2015 GE.  Essentially, the report (which can be read here) does not fit easily into the … Continue reading

What the Labour establishment didn’t really want us to know

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First and foremost… what an unmitigated mess they’re making of the leadership contest… the LP elite have certainly shown us their ‘petticoats’. Significantly, the proverbial tide has gone out, revealing their implicit attitudes and assumptions … and amazingly, we’ve seen … Continue reading

Answer to a silly question about Jeremy Corbyn

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‘I have been a member of the Labour Party since 1960. I am 70 years of age. So I don’t need any lessons in supporting the Party, through thick and thin over the last 55 years. I supported Wilson, I … Continue reading

Dear Mr Miliband…

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Thanks to Alderman Michael Poulter MBE for permission to reprint   From: Alderman Michael Poulter MBE 8th January 2014 Mr Ed Miliband MP, Leader of the Opposition, House of Commons. London SW1AOAA Dear Mr Miliband, Osborne’s Deficit Scam – The Excuse to … Continue reading

Are politicians really all the same? Whose side are you on?

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Are politicians really all the same? Whose side are you on? Published previously by Liam R Carr When you get involved in local politics one thing you hear is “It doesn’t matter who I vote for, you lot (politicians) are … Continue reading

Regaining Real Power: An Energy Price Cap and Green Investment

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The Way Forward – An Energy Cap as well as Green Investment  Ed Miliband’s welcome announcement at the Labour Party Conference to cap energy prices was a popular one with the electorate. Realisation of that caused alarm with Tories and … Continue reading