Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

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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The hour to rethink UK politics


Yesterday it was announced that Jeremy Corbyn had received 61.8% of the 506,438 votes cast in the Labour leadership contest making him a clear winner amongst those who voted. The balance of the party membership, around 147,000 people had either … Continue reading

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A First class Parliament


There are real risks of missing the big picture when we start measuring details too much, but as Jane and Michael Banks were told in Mary Poppins, even small amounts of money have the potential to change the world if … Continue reading

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Unintended consequences


Its impossible to make decisions, particularly on the magnitude of the EU referendum without a variety of unintended consequences, at least as far as some voters are concerned. Unfortunately certain groups of British citizens whose intentions are not honourable, have … Continue reading

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Contempt of our Parliament


At 10.30 last Thursday while we were voting or going about our usual business two veteran Politicians called Chris had a heated exchange in Parliament during the regular session on the subject ‘Business of the House of Commons’. The two … Continue reading

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Lets end the pretence


The uncivil war in the Conservative Party is not about one man and his decision to resign, but rather about the extent to which loyalty to a political party has broken ranks with the need to be open and honest … Continue reading

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Extremely worried, full of terror


The language and tone of our elected leaders and public agencies in their desire to protect the sanctity of our society is at risk of destroying it from within. It is understandable that David Cameron would have strong views about … Continue reading

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