Monthly Archives: August 2016

Thoughts on the Labour Purge #2

I’m assuming the current Labour purge of Corbyn supporters will not succeed. If it does, the damage to the integrity and credibility of the party will be so severe I doubt it will ever recover. Of course – perhaps that’s … Continue reading

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Dr Liz Davies: ‘Goodbye’ Goddard though I never said ‘Hello’

This is another fantastic post by Dr. Liz Davies, the courageous campaigner for justice for  the victims of child sex abuse. In 2014,  I wrote about the need for an Inquiry into Organised Child Abuse  , citing the need to re-examine various child murders and … Continue reading

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Michael Foster, Owen Smith and the demonisation of Corbyn

  When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser Socrates Since Jeremy Corbyn became Labour leader he has faced an onslaught of orchestrated attempts to depose him – disloyalty from his cabinet and the PLP, ridicule  … Continue reading

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Nowhere Man: A portrait of ‘Blairite’ contempt

Originally posted on Ramblings of an Ordinary Man:
As I reflect on another chaotic week in the life of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership rival, the title of a 1965 Beatle’s hit springs to mind. In some ways they seem poetically prophetic…

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To Anti-Corbyn Labour MPs From Female Victims Of Abuse And Violence:

Originally posted on Turning the Tide:
? As women who both support Jeremy Corbyn, and who have at some point in our lives been victims of violence, harassment, misogyny and abuse, we call upon Labour MPs who oppose Jeremy Corbyn,…

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Socialism for the rich: the systemic corruption of the British state

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