Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

The tension between accountability and leadership


Responding to the opinion of the taxpayers who fund the whole of a very costly Parliament is something that all Politicians should take seriously. Equally responding to powerful members of your political party makes sense to those who support tribal … Continue reading

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Looser use of language


“We’re all familiar that Boris has a looser use of language, this is not the first time this has happened” said Malcolm Rifkind on last nights Newsnight. The fact that a predecessor of Boris believes this is acceptable behaviour, questions … Continue reading

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Alexander (Boris), the far from great


The end of the political career of Boris Johnson must surely be in sight. His words last week regarding Putin are so far off the mark that they would barely raise an embarrassed chuckle from the friends of an inebriated … Continue reading

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Politicians & Media must focus on peace


Our historic connection with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as demonstrated in this image shows that historic photographs showing various evil people with Jeremy Corbyn and lists of his widely known meetings with such people in the past should … Continue reading

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Levenson part 2 and Tina Stowell etc


Yesterday two provocative decisions were announced by Matt Hancock, the Tory Minister for the DCMS Department (Digital, Culture, Media and Sport). The first was the decision to scrap part two of the Levenson enquiry despite promises by David Cameron in … Continue reading

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How do we measure pomposity?


It is not difficult to find tweets or other statements that display how many of the so called leaders of our nation lack credibility if one was trying to call them statesmen or stateswomen. The previously posted offensive tweets that … Continue reading

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Who really holds the powerful to account?


According to this piece in the Daily Telegraph the ten least trusted professions in the UK begins with teachers  who are trusted by 69% of the population and engineers (56%) and then the bottom position with 7% of public support … Continue reading

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