Tag Archives: George Osborne

We need the right to recall, now!


In a Parliament that claims to be responding to the will of the British people it is time that all constituents are given the opportunity to express their will on matters that go beyond our decision to remain or leave … Continue reading

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We never were in it together


After seven years of lies, the 45 year old MP for Tatton has finally come clean and admitted to the Bloomberg in a TV interview¬†“We need to offset the very necessary loose monetary policy, and the distributional consequences that is … Continue reading

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A Southern Powerhouse?


The news that George Osborne is to remain as a backbench MP whilst focusing on his new role as chair of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership is good news for my birth city of Liverpool. The Northern Powerhouse Partnership appears to … Continue reading

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Loyalty and corruption side by side


The resignation honours list of David Cameron and George Osborne discloses how personally loyal these two men are to the teams of individuals who have helped them to cope with the highs and lows of what must be very difficult … Continue reading

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Another fine mess ….


This years Queens speech seems to be¬†full of half truths, lies and unrealistic promises, far in excess of some of its predecessors. Two of the clauses Queen Elizabeth was asked to read out on Wednesday were:     My government … Continue reading

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Educating our children


Although Nicky Morgan is now performing a U turn on George Osborne’s policy of forcing all Schools to become Academies, the idea that she will instead force all Local Authorities deemed to be failing in their educational responsibility to turn … Continue reading

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A Democratic Dictatorship?


Last week the Government announced their refusal to debate holding a public enquiry or referendum into their plans to force all Schools to become Academies, despite the fact that nearly 200,000 people petitioned them to do so. As one of … Continue reading

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