Tag Archives: Corbyn

We get our country back

Listening to the referendum programme on BBC TV was an interesting experience overnight.  The graphics were good and gripping but, as the night advanced and the results tumbled in, I could sense an unease from the broadcasters.  They could see … Continue reading

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EU is incapable of reform

I am afraid I think the European Union is set on a path of empire building and ever closer union and that it is incapable of major change and unwilling to consider the scale of reform we should be demanding. I say … Continue reading

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Corbyn’s comrades – Hugo Chavez, Ted Honderich, Gerry Adams

This is the fourth in a series of blogs examining the hard left groups  that are supporting or influencing Corbyn and working to take the Labour Party to the left.  It is too easy to relax and enjoy the prospect of … Continue reading

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Corbyn’s comrades – Stop The War Coalition

This is the third in a series of blogs examining the hard left groups  that are supporting Corbyn and working to take the Labour Party to the left.  It is too easy to relax and enjoy the prospect of a permanent … Continue reading

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Corbyn’s comrades – Momentum

This is the second in a series of blogs examining the hard left groups  that are supporting Corbyn and working to take the Labour Party to the left.  It is too easy to relax and enjoy the prospect of a … Continue reading

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Oldham – a triumph for Corbyn or localism?

The Oldham by-election result seems to have surprised the media and angered Nigel Farage.  Some are claiming it as a triumph for Corbyn and vindication of his “leadership” of the Labour Party.  Others, more savvy, have noted that the successful … Continue reading

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More power to local government? I doubt it!

I have been enjoying the Conservative Party Conference from my arm chair in front of the TV.  Manchester was always a long way for this southerner and, while I enjoyed Birmingham where I could stay on a narrow boat and walk … Continue reading

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