Daily Archives: July 26, 2016

This Labour battle isn’t Blairites v Corbynistas. It’s over progressive change – David Wearing

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jul/26/labour-battle-blairites-corbynistas-conservatives-progressives GR Comment: Neoliberalism is a failed, extreme right-wing, anti-democratic doctrine from the 1950s. It is dinosaur economics and a corruption of capitalism as it stifles competition in favour of monopolies. It manifestly failed in 2008 and instead of being … Continue reading

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Cameron was right, Britain is broken. But it’s businessmen who are to blame

”Green went one better, demanding that Frank Field resign from the BHS inquiry – then rocking up to parliament and telling MPs to stop looking at him. Such prickliness from a multibillionaire would have been funny had it not been … Continue reading

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25 Tories warn May of revolt over Brexit lite

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/tories-warn-may-of-revolt-over-brexit-lite-d2r0b7lrc Comment @ The Slog: @kfc1404, you are right. Just trying, in previous comments, to indicate that May is, shall we say, possibly, under the intimate influence of a senior banker. But even Dennis was unable to save Maggie from … Continue reading

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Now it’s been proven the establishment really was out to get Bernie Sanders, will we accept the same about Jeremy Corbyn?

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/bernie-sanders-jeremy-corbyn-establishment-emails-coup-labour-party-democrat-convention-out-to-get-a7154906.html IR Comment: See also http://www.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/research/pdf/JeremyCorbyn/Cobyn-Report-FINAL.pdf IR Comment. Philip Corbyn is the only solution to a brighter future for the UK. The “establishement” – oligarchs in charge of most media, the BBC as well as the main parties in parliament … Continue reading

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