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Oldham West and Royton by-election: Polling Week

Our candidate in Oldham West and Royton, Jim McMahon

We have had a brilliant last few weeks of campaigning in Oldham West and Royton. Hundreds of volunteers have helped doorknock and deliver leaflets, and we’ve had visits from our Leader Jeremy Corbyn MP, Deputy Leader Tom Watson MP, along with many MPs including John Healey, Lucy Powell, Gloria de Piero and Jon Ashworth last weekend to name but a few. 50 more words


Mao-Quoting IRA Apologist Calls UKIP An 'Evil Force In Society'

Labour’s shadow chancellor has all the time in the world for IRA terrorists, and only praise for their murderous actions. But John McDonnell thinks that UKIP voters and people who believe in national sovereignty are “evil” 901 more words

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Well alright, Okay..You Lose

Back in the day, John Major would have simply referred to them as “Bastards” but I suspect that Jeremy Corbyn who has yet to complete his first three months in the role of Labour Party Leader wouldn’t wish to appear so dismissive of his colleagues, just yet. 1,450 more words

Quietly Contemplating.

Against pragmatism: the undermining of Jeremy Corbyn

This weekend, something important happened.  As a Labour Party member, I received an email from the party leader asking for my views on whether the UK should join in the bombing of ISIL in Syria.   884 more words

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The griping and plots need to stop so we can get on with being an opposition

25th November, 2015

Maya Goodfellow

The Conservatives are having a great time. Today, in their Spending Review they’ll outline their budget plans, which will include monumentally savage cuts. 501 more words


Unite shifts left over Trident, opposes war on Syria and launches its industrial strategy

The Unite sector conferences were organised over three days this week. They give reps an opportunity to debate industrial issues relating to each sector with a view to developing industrial strategy for the next 2 years. 2,244 more words



Earlier this week Momentum Thanet was launched, as a new group campaigning for the policies of Jeremy Corbyn.

But some local Labour Party members are questioning the need for Momentum. 453 more words