There is only one centre left Party in Britain and that is TRUElabour.
Jeremy Corbyn may describe himself as a socialist and John MacDonnell, a Marxist but the policies they advocate are Social Democrat Keynesian economics. The grading between the right and left was distorted by an entirely outdated policy of unchecked reliance on free market economics. It was a doctrine rejected even by Tories in the 1930s…
I am tired of hearing political declarations suffixed with meaningless phrases like “for the good of the nation” or “for the sake of future generations”.
The only way to test the validity of any political statement is to ask whether it is appropriate to conclude with these words: “for the many not the few”.
If it were possible to achieve Brexit without ruining our economy, we would have achieved it months ago.
The complacent David Davis, who until 20th July served as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, promised that leaving the EU would be easy. He was right. So is throwing yourself off a cliff — so long as you have no regard for your own wellbeing.
New Labour has had no lasting impact on the way our country is run. Neil Kinnock, when told that Tony Blair had flown halfway round the world to beg The Sun’s owner Rupert Murdoch to support New Labour, predicted its failure.
“It won’t matter if we win, as the bankers and stockbrokers have got us already by the f******g balls. And that is before you take your thirty pieces of silver.” (Alistair Campbell, The Blair Years)
Donald Trump’s acknowledgement of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel ends any prospect of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestine dispute.
Although not his intention, his action opens the door to a much better idea – one which offers peace for the Israeli people and freedom for the Palestinian, says Dr Bill Williamson, the author of Place is the Passion – Reframing the Israel/Palestine Conflict.
There are some odd delegates at the 2017 Labour Party Annual Conference. They are unelected and can vote as they please. Is Progress to blame?