Monthly Archives: November 2013

For the love of God

And one more thing. For the love of God. The Labour party was formed as the political representation of the Trade Union movement and workers in general. The Labour party receives no ‘donations’ from any Union whatsoever. One cannot donate … Continue reading

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Eddi reader is an insipid cow.

‘Eddi Reader.’ I had thankfully never heard of her until this evening but was just subjected to hearing nothing but her for the last hour. This insipid cow shouted constantly and nobody with any genuine knowledge could get a word … Continue reading

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Pope Francis on the importance of rejecting the absolute autonomy of markets

Russia Today on Pope Francis’ latest apostolic exhortation: “Pope Francis has taken aim at capitalism as “a new tyranny” and is urging world leaders to step up their efforts against poverty and inequality, saying “thou shall not kill” the economy. … Continue reading

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Iran Deal

Two thought-provoking articles on the Iran deal. Firstly Peter Oborne in the Telegraph reminds us: “In essence, there are two components to the deal struck between Iran and America in the early hours of Sunday morning in Geneva. On the … Continue reading

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A huge leap in the dark

Credit where credit is due Alistair Darling highlights the (lack of) facts on Alex Salmond’s white paper in The Spectator today: “Nothing has changed as a result of today’s White Paper. There is nothing that we found out today that … Continue reading

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Osborne Has Borrowed More In 3 Years Than Labour Did In 13

The Huffington Post reports: “George Osborne’s claims to be prudent with the nation’s finances have been brutally undermined by the fact he has added more to Britain’s £1.2 trillion debt pile in his three years as Chancellor than Labour did … Continue reading

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Placebo Hospitals

This would all be alot funnier if what was going on to our health service didn’t amount to high treason. Carl Maxim jokes: “Britain’s first hospital built entirely on the power of suggestion is to be opened next week as … Continue reading

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