Post referendum, we’re stuck in the Land of Brexit Blues. Now more than ever we need moderate Conservatives to gain a heart, Labour to gain a brain and the Lib-Dems to gain some Courage, if we are to get out of the tornado that bought us here. 2,080 more words
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The local pub, the local factory, and the local football club — the three institutions of the traditional working class in England — all three feel the icy grip of modernity around their necks. 2,502 more words
Unnoticed by the progressives, “One Wage Towns” were quietly emerging.
By Graham Jones
For many in Westminster, the “quiet landslide” of 2001 cemented a growing consensus. 1,101 more words
Hillary Clinton has given us back our freedom.
Only such a crushing defeat could break the chains that bound us to the New Democrat elites. The defeat was the result of decades of moving the Democratic party – the party of FDR – away from what it once was and should have remained: a party that represents workers. 231 more words
The Labour Party now has over 500,000 members, many of whom have joined since Jeremy Corbyn became leader. Most politicians would chew off their right arm to get these kinds of numbers joining their party but not the Blairites. 804 more words