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Labour on a losing streak

The latest by election result from Sleaford, triggered when the previous MP quit citing “irreconcilable policy differences” with the government over brexit, is a conservative hold. 515 more words


This fake news story is a reflection of my thinking of what has, is and will be conspiring regarding the republican President-elect Donald Trump and his cohorts.  1,235 more words


As leftists, we need to treat the CIA's claims of Russian election manipulation skeptically.

The Washington Post published quite the humdinger last night.

The CIA has concluded in a secret assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, rather than just to…

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Young people debate free speech in the House of Lords

Free speech is alive and well, judging by a recent debate in the Chamber of the House of Lords involving over 200 young people from across the UK and sponsored by a number of organisations including Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc) and English PEN, Migrants Organise, Speakers’ Corner Trust and 38 Degrees. 708 more words


Trump's Biggest Test So Far

Source: Washingtons Blog, by Eric Zuesse

On December 7th, was posed the biggest test so far of the mettle of America’s President-Elect, Donald Trump. 557 more words


Berlusconi and Salvini and Meloni can enter a coalition government and put as a conditio sine qua non the end of Frontex and the repatriation of the immigrants and not to save the banks.

I’m not against Berlusconi, Salvini and Giorgia Meloni to enter a grand coalition government at this pact: that they put as conditions that cannot be missed to stop Frontex, to repatriate the illegal immigrants and not to save the banks, but to send them back to the market to re-structure the share-holders’s pyramid, without putting state money in it. 61 more words