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Labour Party Conference: Red Ed? Pull the Other One

October 1, 2013 12:38 pm0 comments
Labour Party Conference: Red Ed? Pull the Other One

Aw. Don’t blame Ed Miliband. After all, he’s done NOTHING. That is, he’s done nothing all summer to the point that various Labour luminaries were starting to get the pre-election jitters that, if he doesn’t pull his finger out soon, they fear, and present us with some policies, Labour is about […]

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Trade Unions: It’s Time to Ditch Labour

September 27, 2013 11:55 am4 comments
Trade Unions: It’s Time to Ditch Labour

To paraphrase that other disastrous Labour Party ‘leader’, Neil (now Lord) Kinnock: ‘Now we have the grotesque chaos of a Labour leader – a Labour leader! – scuttling around trying to pander to a rightwing press agenda and falling flat on his face!’ Less than two years from the next general […]

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Military action in Syria denied by shameful UK

August 30, 2013 1:00 am9 comments
Military action in Syria denied by shameful UK

Almost exactly a year and six months ago I wrote an article outlining why I believed we should stage military intervention in Syria. Much of what I wrote was based on the views and opinions of Marie Colvin, a highly respected Sunday Times journalist. Shortly after writing her piece, which […]

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Rise of UKIP: Be Careful What You Wish For

December 10, 2012 8:00 pm2 comments
Rise of UKIP: Be Careful What You Wish For

Our media are giving the UK Independence Party (UKIP to you and me) unprecedented publicity of late. Understandable, given their recent surges in by-elections in Corby, Middlesborough, North Croydon and, more controversially, Rotherham. UKIP’s ubiquitous leader, Nigel Farage, pops up everywhere with his abundant line in rent-a-rant. You could be forgiven […]

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