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At the End of the Day

 Business lies, liberal lies, conservative lies, Swedish lies, German lies….here lies Truth, broken hearted – lost among the Dear Departed      

I was watching the early part of CNBC Squawkbox this morning. 739 more words

Demonstration Outside Palace of Westminster - London - 20 February 2017

Another of the protests against the planned state visit to the UK by Donald Trump, his travel ban executive order, Brexit, austerity and other far right trends took place on Parliament Square outside the Houses of Parliament to coincide with the debate on Article 50 by the House of Lords. 28 more words


#DianeAbbott called 'ape' by Tory, assaulted by Tory. Where's outrage from Harman and co?

Diane Abbott has had a rough week or so.

First, she was mocked for missing the least important of the Brexit votes, the ‘first reading’ where nothing much was going to happen, via a ridiculous social media hashtag. 588 more words

Diane Abbott Resets Nation's Moral Compass With Heroic Resurrection

Labour shadow minister Diane Abbott has been lauded – yet again – for putting her lofty principles ahead of naked self-interest and political expediency. As she always does. 230 more words


Breaking Whispers: Article 50 Bill passed for final commons reading

Within the last hour MP’s have voted overwhelmingly in favour of passing the governments European Union (notification of withdrawal) bill to the final stage of debate in the House of Commons. 581 more words

Current Affairs

Diane Abbott 'Still Clinging To Life' - The News In Brief

London, Day Five:  The country continues its silent vigil today as one of the nation’s foremost advocates of democracy, equality and buns hovers in that crepuscular realm between life and death. 206 more words


Straddling Two Horses Rarely Ends Well

30th January 2017

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–By Keith Nieland-

Straddling Two Horses Rarely Ends Well

I try to avoid them if I can as they are not good for the blood pressure. 1,311 more words

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