Tag Archives: Labour Party

Labour, Letters And Clear Water

Both Paul Bernal and Sunny Hundal have written open letters to Rachel Reeves. First, the ex-Labour Party member expresses what many of us feel: “This is a rare chance for you – I do hope you haven’t already thrown it … Continue reading

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The Daily Mail And Hitler

Disclaimer: I am not a fan of Ed Miliband. I think that he is far too timid in his opposition to the Tories. I wish he would dispense with Liam Byrne’s services and adopt a stridently anti Tory agenda, but … Continue reading

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Ed Balls, Timid Labour And China

Ed Balls is not an impressive politician, not by virtue of his shrewdness, delivering or occasional principles. Still, you might hope of paid politician, someone who does it for a living, would eventually get the hang of it. But no, … Continue reading

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Polly Toynbee vs. Ed Balls

Last week I briefly glimpsed an interview with Ed Balls, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and major figure in the British Labour Party. It was a general discussion on the Tories (misnamed) Autumn statement. The interviewer, whose name I forget, … Continue reading

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Cameron taunted by Dennis Skinner

I have a soft spot for Dennis Skinner and did enjoy this clip of his intervention at Prime Minister’s Question Time. But readers might want to acquaint themselves with some of Skinner’s finer moments:

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In The News

Whilst I am thinking about posts and things here are some items that caught my attention: Peter Preston blames Twitter. Andrew Rawnsley goes to St. Paul’s and comes out almost converted. Polly Toynbee is critical of the disparity in wealth … Continue reading

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