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peace by martin hayes

This week the BBC did an experiment. They got five young British people to work on a farm for a day picking cabbages – although not mentioned, the wrappers they were putting the cabbages in, were heading for Tesco, ironically in a bag of a non-existent farm; (as… 939 more words


The Story Makers & Public Services

Written by Tom
A reading of the Cbeebies series The Story Makers in relation to Monday’s post on Fun Song Factory, discussing its representation of reading and social services. 1,705 more words

TV Shows

It was Anderton, not the Alliance, who lost his way.

The Editor,  The Dominion Post,  Wellington

09 January, 2018

Dear Editor:

Jim Anderton could see that the neo-liberal Rogernomics of his Labour Party in 1984 was a backward step for working people in New Zealand. 150 more words


Blair's No-Brexit blog - more of the same from an elitist 'Old Boy'

I grew up in Blair’s ‘New Labour’ Britain, complete with an illegal war orchestrated by Bush and facilitated by besties Tony Blair and Rupert Murdoch. 352 more words


The Autocracy of Tony Blair: why the former PM has No Right to lecture us on Brexit and democracy

Originally published in the Morning Star on 12th December 2017.

War criminal extraordinaire Tony Blair has once again been waxing lyrical over Brexit. When asked by a journalist recently if his mission is to reverse Brexit, he replied with uncharacteristic honesty and clarity: ‘ 1,155 more words


NHS Shut-Down Checklist (2017) - Sutton (London)

Sutton NHS GPs have colluded to shut-down 3 GP Surgeries by ‘merging’ them into one single building – that is the GP Surgery situated In Robinhood Lane. 465 more words

Leftwing Political Analysis

Neoliberal Policies harming Children

In 2005 New Labour liberalised the gambling the laws, ending the ban on T.V. advertising, which is in line with neoliberal policies of decreasing state regulation of private companies. 163 more words