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UK Labour Party Leader Corbyn Says Could Suspend (ILLEGAL) Syria Air Strikes if Elected

UK Labour Party Leader Corbyn Says Could Suspend Syria Air Strikes if Elected

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, speaks to the public during an election campaign visit in the centre of Crewe April 22, 2017. 254 more words

War On Syria

Can our Labour MP's Be Trusted?

In light of the current snap General Election and the on going Police investigation into the three Labour MPs for electoral expenses fraud after they allegedly failed to declare tens of thousands of pounds spent on recruiting staff to get them re-elected back in 2015 South Yorkshire Police say that an application for an extension had been granted by the courts, I think now would be a good opportunity to enlighten readers with some forgotten information. 980 more words

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Jeremy Corbyn asked five times to condemn IRA violence

The UK Labour Party leader is asked repeatedly by Stephen Nolan if he will condemn violent acts carried out by the IRA.

Release date: 8 August 2015… 439 more words

Conservative Party

Democracy and Dissent

Yesterday, I was banned from posting comments on Labourlist.com.

I have been posting comments and debating with contributors on that “Grassroots” Forum for a few years now.   281 more words


Labour and the Snap Election

His many missteps notwithstanding,1 Jeremy Corbyn is still the most progressive party leader that the political mainstream in this country has ever thrown up. The Labour Right, full of sound and fury since September 2015, has failed in all that time to articulate even a single substantive critique of Corbyn’s policy proposals, many of which continue to enjoy a large measure of popular support. 2,078 more words

'Crush the Saboteurs', Neutralise Parliament & Set Up a One-Party State...?

Theresa May’s sudden call for a General Election – to be held on June 8th – caught many by surprise.

Having previously said on multiple occasions that she didn’t intend to hold another election, she suddenly changed her mind. 1,795 more words