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SNAP: Why the 2017 General Election will be the saviour of the Labour party

“The country is united but Westminster is divided” exclaims Prime Minister Theresa May as she stands on the steps of No.10, announcing her intentions to hold a snap general election on the 8th June 2017. 543 more words

Labour HQ defunds Corbyn's staff by half - he's paying some himself

‘Short money’ (named after the politician who instituted the system, Edward Short) is the name of the state funding to opposition parties to enable them to conduct the business of  562 more words

Man who lost to Ed Miliband, now an expert on winning

With the sage advice of someone with his ‘d$ck caught in his zipper’, David Miliband has stepped forward to advise the Labour Party, he abandoned, on where they are going astray.  179 more words

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The Labour Party is Beyond Salvation

The Labour Party no longer functions as an effective opposition and its chances of winning an election are virtually nil—believing otherwise is not only fallacious, but toes the line of delusion. 2,133 more words


Copeland reaction reveals Labour in cloud cuckoo land

“The decline in Labour support in these areas did not start when Jeremy Corbyn was elected Labour leader; it started when a New Labour project took hold of our party and decided to ignore working class communities across the country. 299 more words


News Bites: Best Post Election Long-Reads

For those of you who can barely keep up with what the orange shit gibbon is doing Stateside and what the shit weasels are doing at home, here’s a round up of interesting long reads (some more so than others.) I’m a bit worried the Buzzfeed story on the Russian diplomats death will lead to a Pelican Brief style situation, but it’s interesting nonetheless! 459 more words


The Labour Paradox

Ok so here’s how I see it.

Those on the ‘right’ of Labour, the moderates, Blairites, Chukarists, even the Hazelblearists (there’s at least one) to their core will say: 1,200 more words