‘Elections belong to the people. Its their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.’ 361 more words
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The other week I got up at 3am on a Saturday to travel to the Labour Assembly Against Austerity in London. I was interested to know what how Labour would react to the anti austerity movement, which is gaining ground and support to the left of the party, a moan part of this being the People’s Assembly Against Austerity; which I am very active in. 1,872 more words
TODAY is my last day as a bona fide journalist.
It is a day when I close the pages on a 28 year career in magazine and newspapers with tears in my eyes but real excitement inside. 1,218 more words
By Nathan Lee, Finance and Politics Correspondent
Five things Boris Johnson has claimed which were actually thanks to Ken Livingstone’s legacy.
I’m not a fan of Boris bashing per se, but as the UK’s most popular politician, it is remarkable how often he is placed on a pedestal for achievements that aren’t his. 534 more words