Tag Archives: Labour

STRONG AND STABLE

In politics, not very much is new. In fact, one does not even have to have a particularly good memory to realise that all the main political parties in the U.K., are fighting the 2017 General Election on a number

AUSTERITY IN THREE MINUTES

EARLY DAY MOTION 38

“That this House believes that justice for the survivors of child abuse should be a priority for the Government; notes that concerns have been raised by current and former police officers and special branch officers that by coming forward with

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN….

“There is more to a seat in Parliament, than just sitting on your arse” – Billy Bragg I have given the article linked below, ample time to filter onto the relevant blogs and social networks for a few days before

A PURPLE REIGN ?….

I never have had much time for politics or politicians. It is my belief that there is no discernible difference between any of the main parties any more, in fact, it appears that the only way to tell the difference

AT ELECTION TIME

It may prove useful to remember that on the 18th December 2013, 294 UK MPs voted against Labour’s request to hold an investigation into Hunger and Food Poverty in the United Kingdom. Verification can be found: HERE Is your Member

CLWYD BE THY NAME….

Welsh Labour MP Ann Clwyd has called, along with many others, for an over-arching Inquiry into child abuse. But Ms Clwyd knows perfectly well that Inquiries don’t always get to the truth. She herself, a strong supporter of the war

YOUR COUNTRY, YOUR CHOICE

Guest Writer KEN STONE Politicians and Career Criminals – The Similarities Labour, Liberal, and Conservative conferences are a vacuum. Words are spoken, but are absolutely meaningless. These people will say anything to keep their jobs. Let me tell you what

A TALE OF THREE MISSILES…

I have been meaning to write about this for a while, and even though the story has been out there before in various forms, recent events in this country have made it worthy of a second look. Certain names have

LORDY LORD

Michael Howard, Baron Howard of Lympne, CH, PC, QC (born 7 July 1941) is a British politician who served as the Leader of the Conservative Party and Leader of the Opposition from November 2003 to December 2005. He had previously

THE SHREWSBURY 24

On 31 August 1972 the strike committees of North Wales building workers’ met in the upstairs room of the Bull and Stirrup in Chester. This was to be a fateful day for these men. They would go on to be