Labour policy part 3, and I will be focusing on Health and Education. Both of these have been hit particularly hard and the Tories seem hell bent on destroying these vital services. 786 more words
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LONDRA – È durata pochissimo la tregua nel partito laburista. Il tempo per Jeremy Corbyn di riaffermare il suo controllo sul partito grazie alla plebiscitaria vittoria nello scontro per la leadership con Owen Smith e la minoranza centrista è di nuovo in subbuglio. 576 more words
Smear we go again.
Since Jeremy Corbyn was first elected Labour leader just over a year ago, either the right-wing media or, worse, the right-wing ‘left’ have desperately flung mud at him in the hope that something might stick. 1,550 more words
The Labour Party continued its slide into electoral oblivion yesterday, as it increasingly adopts the character of a third-rate student union debating society. With yesterday’s… 539 more words
Well, what a(nother) day! Fisticuffs in the UKIP hierarchy and Jeremy Corbyn announcing two ludicrous appointments to his so-called shadow(y) cabinet.
How could anyone think that Diane Abbott could handle the post of Shadow Home Secretary with ANY credibility and that someone who was not even aligned to the Labour Party in May could be in line for Attorney General. 123 more words