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Luke Akehurst and Labour loyalism (and Corbyn)

Labour rightist ray of sunshine Luke Akehurst has been criticising Jeremy Corbyn for being a rebellious MP. He’s also been criticising Jeremy Corbyn for everything up to and including having the sheer temerity to exist, but this newest line of attack is especially revealing about the way he and the other Anyone But Corbyn zealots see the world. 476 more words


BLOG: I'm supporting Luke Akehurst for NEC

I’m supporting Luke Akehurst for Labour’s NEC.

One of things I prize highly from our CLP representatives to the National Executive Committee is engaging with CLP members and reporting back on what’s happening. 117 more words


A Christmas Varol

Luke Akehurst tossed and turned, unable to sleep. An austere wind was howling around his lonely Hackney garret, mingling indistinguishably with some kind of whining from outside;  protesters or the newly homeless or some other selfish, unpatriotic types, he judged. 1,553 more words

Proletarian Democracy Internal Security Committee Communiqué re: Ex-Cmde Luke Akehurst - Also, Shakin' Stevens

We denounce dilettante ex-comrade Luke ‘nukem’ Akehurst.

His unsanctioned, infantile and increasingly bizarre showboating on the twitter machine will have alerted the state apparatus to his status as a Proletarian Democracy sleeper agent. 153 more words

A Gorgeous Victory

It’s been nearly a fortnight since George Galloway won a historic victory in the Bradford West by-election.  The day after the election, many Labour Tweeters were exercised in their hatred of Gorgeous. 593 more words

Government & Politics

Tweeting from a chaotic council meeting

As Hackney Council passed its budget for the coming financial year, hundreds gathered outside the town hall to protest a 44m cut on last year. 438 more words


A Lurch to the Left would be disastrous for Labour

MPs are, as we all know, in the middle of Shadow Cabinet elections. I am most certainly not going to make any predictions about the outcome or encourage support for any particular candidates. 584 more words

Labour Party