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Britain's first Black female MP

When I first started this blog for my MA in International Journalism I knew that one of the areas I really wanted to cover was the impact of Caribbean people on British politics. 332 more words

Caribbean

Andy Burnham wins the vote - but it's history now

Andy Burnham has topped the vote, but sadly for him, the timing was wrong. Could it happen again?

Labour Leadership

A better future for London?

The political parties are currently in the process of choosing their candidates for the 2016 London mayoral and Greater London Assembly elections. For Labour, this means that members in London are pondering who is best placed to help win back the mayoralty of one the world’s greatest cities after 2 Tory terms. 851 more words

Equality

Our trip to the End Austerity Now protest on June 20th

Just for the record, the Heckler trip to the People’s Assembly organised End Austerity Now protest is basically a propaganda intervention as you can tell from the image above, which is of the paper we’ll be distributing. 666 more words

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The Pleasure and Pain of Leadership for Labour

I think the Labour party are in a difficult place right now. Especially when you look at the list of MPs and wonder who can… 409 more words

A Reminder of Who Labour Stand For

The Labour Party is an Anti-White-British Party that uses non-White immigrants against the native White British population.

Labour opened the borders to millions of third world immigrants who in turn vote Labour. 273 more words

Ed Miliband's troubles

There’s only one week left to run in Britain’s general election campaign before the people get their say. I’ve already voted by post (my American friends call this “early voting”) and so have hundreds of thousands of other Brits, no doubt. 2,309 more words

British Politics