Tag Archives: #socialdemocracy

Snowflake Generation

I may have mentioned before that I am an avid book reader getting through, on average, two books a week, so finding something new is a bit of a challenge. I will read some titles more than once providing there … Continue reading

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C’est tout pour aujord’hui

I received a message from my local MEP this weekend outlining why she was backing Owen Smith in the Labour leadership contest. No surprise there considering that the person in question is equally bland and has been as obscure previously … Continue reading

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Which one would you buy a used car from?

Here’s an interesting thought. Who would have guessed that The Parliamentary Labour Party [PLP] could ever have devised a plan so cunning that even old Baldrick would have dismissed it as a non starter? However, the PLP  found themselves with … Continue reading

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And the winner is …

Well, it certainly wasn’t Democracy was it? If nothing else, the past two weeks has confirmed something that I alluded to in one of my earlier blogs, that the notion of “government by the people” is not what our democratically … Continue reading

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A good time to take a break

I suppose you could say that the Labour Party had a good week in the sense that they didn’t do anywhere near as badly as the media predicted they would in the local council elections and their man, Sadiq Khan … Continue reading

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No case to answer m’lud.

If the Crown Prosecution Service [CPS] was ever presented with evidence as weak as that offered to the British public in a mail-shot costing the taxpayer £9M, the case for staying in the European Union [EU] would be thrown out. However, … Continue reading

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The EU is just a distraction.

The current debate on the advantages and disadvantages of Britain remaining within the European Union [EU] are, in my opinion, a distraction from what this government is doing to our country. The democracy that we have fought for over centuries is being challenged … Continue reading

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