Wednesday, 22 March 2017
Ken Livingstone calls for a dozen anti-Corbyn MPs to be suspended as he mentions Hitler again https://t.co/79hpuKQggd pic.twitter.com/hdOwyVMazq— Telegraph News (@TelegraphNews) March 22, 2017
Seemingly Corbyn's liaison officer is meant to improve Corbyn's relationship with his own parliamentary party.
Good luck with that then!
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Labour continues to self implode, forgetting the lessons its has been taught many times before in the past; namely that the British people will not vote for it when it lurches hard left.
Those that repeat the same mistakes, without ever learning from them, are insane.
Monday, 20 March 2017
BREAK Number 10 spokesman on an early general election: "There isn't going to be one."— Christopher Hope (@christopherhope) March 20, 2017
Labour will have to endure Corbyn for a quite a while more!
He and his lackeys from Unite are (according to reports) working with Momentum (the organisation that gave the world Jeremy Corbyn "leader" of Labour) on taking over Labour and affiliating Unite with Momentum's re-engineered Labour.
This plan of course means the destruction of Labour as a credible political party. However, what does that matter to McCluskey is he ends up being the largest pisser in a very very small pond?
Thursday, 16 March 2017
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
Scotland's economy would take up to 10 years to recover if the country became independent, according to the SNP's top economic adviser Andrew Wilson (who heads up the Growth Commission set up by Nicola Sturgeon to examine an independent Scotland's economic prospects).
This therefore begs the question why on earth does Sturgeon want independence?
Maybe she feels it is better for her to be a large fish in a very small pond (leading a Scotland that is out of the UK, out of the EU and out of NATO), rather than a small fish in a large one?
Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Monday, 13 March 2017
Now that Sturgeon is reportedly going to give Theresa May an ultimatum wrt Brexit and Scottish Independence, Corbyn now claims that he doesn't support a second Scottish referendum.
All of which is entirely irrelevant, as May will veto any referendum during Brexit.
Thursday, 9 March 2017
The Tory Chancellor (Philip Hammond), for reasons best known to himself, has decided to increase class 4 NI rates (ie increase taxes) on the self employed in yesterday's Budget.
Labour, for its part, are criticising this increase in taxes.
We truly have passed through the looking glass!