So that’s the Labour party consigned to electoral oblivion. I’m sure they’ll hang around for another decade or two, and garner a few million votes at general elections, but there is no way a Marxist political party is going to get so much as a sniff of power in the UK. 695 more words
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During England’s ill-fated Euro 2016 conquest this summer, it was remarked on the Guardian Football Weekly that Andy Carroll and Danny Drinkwater were English players, for whom the best place they could be for their national side, was on the beach. 1,009 more words
@UKLabour Owen Smith criticises Jeremy Corbyn's plan for shadow cabinet elections. He claims it is divisive but doesn't say how, or why he has said this. What is so bad about this proposal?
Owen Smith criticises Jeremy Corbyn’s plan for shadow cabinet elections.
He claims it is divisive but doesn’t say how, or why he has said this. 170 more words
Why do the Democrats never do anything to help the American poor, or create policies to support the coloured peoples? Why does the Left always stand in the way of policies that would level the playing field – for instance, the Charter Schools that Donald Trump would like to see more of, which would give far more of the poor – and blacks and Hispanics – a way out of the poverty trap? 1,370 more words
Those in the UK who hoped and prayed they’d seen the last of David Miliband may be in for a nasty shock … 1,046 more words
So wherever we all lie on the political spectrum, I think most people would agree that Westminster is in a bloody mess at the moment – this is of huge concern to those who desperately need a strong and compassionate government to mould a country in which they can make decent lives for themselves. 2,418 more words