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Labour celebrate most peaceful 24 hours in recent history

The Labour Party has spent the night and early morning celebrating, after it passed the crucial two hours marking the most peaceful period in the party’s recent history. 461 more words


The female politicians experiment must end

Women are lovely, in part, but they aren’t exactly suited for politics. Now, before you jump down my throat, lets look at the facts.

This weekend, many female politicians threw tantrums on twitter at it being pointed out that they don’t have children. 689 more words


Labour Celebrates Week of Comparative Competence

The Dalston Labour party is hosting a day-long street carnival today to mark having survived ‘nearly an entire week’ without a catastrophic public relations disaster. 219 more words


Jeremy Hunt is putting lives at risk for profit

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,509

Monday 01 August 2016.

Dear Mrs May,

It took about 200,000 years from the birth of humanity to make the NHS and a mere 68 years to dismantle it. 319 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

History repeats itself: the Iraq War and the "Labour crisis"

We have not owned up to the Chilcot Report, as history is repeating itself.

The similarities between the vote on the Iraq War and the Labour MPs attempts to oust Corbyn are staggering. 285 more words

Black Role Model: Diane Abott

I may not always agree with what she says, but I doff my cap to this women. She was the first black women to have a seat in the house of commons.