The racism of some Tories is usually not very far from the surface, scratch them and out it pops. Anne Morris MP has apologised for her “woodpile” comment but the real issue is why she said it in the first place. It’s not as if she is the only one, eight other Tories have been… Read More Are Tories institutionally racist?
What do Jeremy Corbyn and Jacob Rees-Mogg have in common? They are both Ronseal politicians. In an age of spin and bluster where the word ‘politician’ has become a synonym for ‘liar’ and where treating the electorate with a contempt that would embarrass a village idiot has become the norm; they both stand out as… Read More What do Corbyn and Rees Mogg have in commom?
Seems like Conservative controlled Kensington and Chelsea are trying move to the beleaguered former residents of Grenfell Towers out of the borough? Could this have anything to do with the fact they they lost the parliamentary seat by just twenty votes at the last election? Rehousing poor potential Labour voters outside the borough could make… Read More Another Housing Scandal brewing?
When even Tory strategists are praising Momentum in the aftermath of the General Election you know they’re a force to be reckoned with. Despite increasingly desperate moves by the right of the Labour party to exclude them, they are the exemplar grass roots organisation for the digital age. As a (relatively) new member of both […]
Of course 16 year olds should be paid the same wage as their older colleagues. The issue is surely their ability to do the job rather than their age. The next time you go into a shop and see the youngsters skulking around consider this; it may well be because they’re being paid half of… Read More A tenner for the Kids
To the Residents of Kensington Row ‘concerned’ about Grenfell Residents being rehoused in their development. Beware of people who have nothing left to lose. Beware of those who have lost their homes their families their possessions’ everything. They have no reason to respect your property rights. They have no reason to respect a society which has… Read More Kensington Row
I am angry. I’m spitting mad, and so many people I know feel the same. I think partially we’re angry with ourselves for having believed the lies we have been fed by successive governments and a conniving mainstream media. Lies like, Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable; lies like, an openly left wing agenda will never appeal… Read More Live on your feet
When the railways were privatised, failure to look after the track caused fatal train crashes. The transfer of council houses to semi-autonomous housing associations has lead to the relentless cost cutting that has lead to people being burned alive. This in the richest borough in the country. Those who complained were ignored if they were… Read More Poor Lives Matter
Henry VIII creates the Church of England so that he can marry Anne Boleyn. Catholic Ireland is seen as a potential threat. Henry invades Ireland and in 1541 wins the war with the battle of Limerick creating the Kingdom of Ireland (effectively an English Colony). During his daugher Elizabeth I’s reign, Sir Walter Raleigh… Read More Northern Ireland and the DUP
They really took us for mugs. But we’re not that stupid and they are not that powerful. Truth is not infinitely elastic, stretch it too far and it snaps. The mainstream media became certifiably hysterical as the General Election came to a close; the nadir being the Daily Mail’s devoting of no less than thirteen… Read More Truth is not infinitely elastic