Category Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Comment on Labour party anti-semitism allegations

I am not and have never been a Labour party member. Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour party are repeatedly accused of anti-Semitism. Many people recognise that these accusations are directed at Corbyn and the Labour party because Corbyn has traditionally … Continue reading

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Corbyn was unfairly attacked on traingate by Branson and corporate media

Very few corporate media outlets are covering this story – it exposes their promotion of a false narrative during the general election campaign.

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Congratulations to Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party on their huge successes and election performance. Corbyn and the Labour Party are expected to form UK’s government soon. UK news recently reported that charges are to be brought over the Hillsborough … Continue reading

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It’s difficult to fault Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party

It’s difficult to fault Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party’s campaigning in the current UK general election. “For the many. Not the few”, the excessively rich to pay more in tax. They’re saying it like it is – a rigged … Continue reading

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Gambling on Jeremy Corbyn

I have gambled on UK politics and won big over the recent few years. Please check for yourselves: there have not been bets available on Jeremy Corbyn as next prime minister for months. The best odds currently is 9:1 with … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn vs Richard Branson, corporate media & many chickencoup MPs

Don’t forget to holiday at Necker Island sourced

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Hinkley Point C

Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn should be commended in opposing and Prime Minister Theresa May should be commended in showing caution and wisdom in the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power station. There are so many causes for concern … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn seems to be doing fine …

My analysis is that the disenfranchised – through being denied the ability to vote for anybody that represented their interests – are no longer disenfranchised. I suggest that the claims that a Corbyn government is unelectable is very seriously challenged. … Continue reading

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If Socialists and lefties are excluded from politics then what?

Isn’t it clear that Socialists are excluded? Haven’t we had nobody to vote for for the past twenty or thirty years? Isn’t that exclusion? So you’ve had nobody you can vote for? Hmm   ed: I  had no idea when … Continue reading

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Articles on the Blairite attempted coup against Corbyn and the left

A few articles on the continuing Blairite attempted coup against Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party by Labour Party MPs. They do seem in an awful rush to depose Corbyn … almost as though a clock is ticking. Craig Murray … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn has my support

Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell and Corbynistas have my support. Labour members and supporters want a Socialist leader pursuing a Socialist, anti-austerity agenda opposing Neo-Liberalism. Many Labour MPs apparently do not. [29/6/16 It appears that those who oppose Corbyn are Neo-Conservatives.] … Continue reading

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Our NHS can’t afford privatisation – why MPs must back the NHS Bill this Friday

John Furse 7 March 2016# Even middle England can see that privatisation costs, rather than saves, billions. Will MPs take a historic chance to undo this market mess that’s crippling our NHS, this Friday? Privatisation is bad for our pockets … Continue reading

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NHS in crisis :: Caroline Lucas urges Labour to back bill to repeal Tory NHS reforms

Caroline Lucas urges Labour to back bill to repeal Tory NHS reforms The Green party MP Caroline Lucas has called on Labour to support a bill that would reverse much of the Conservatives’ NHS reforms, and was previously backed by … Continue reading

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NHS in crisis :: Not fair, not safe – 6 reasons junior doctors are preparing to strike

Not fair, not safe – 6 reasons junior doctors are preparing to strike by Nick Carpenter The junior doctor contract governs the pay and conditions of work from doctors’ foundation year to registrar level. All doctors who are not consultants … Continue reading

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NHS in crisis :: The billions of wasted NHS cash no-one wants to mention

England’s Junior doctors held a 24-hour strike from 8am yesterday. It was the first of a planned series of strikes. Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party and the Green Party should be commended for their support of the strike. (The strike only … Continue reading

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Sunday evening politics review

First off, I’ve had a really stinking cold for a week now. I turned to brandy for some respite and all of a sudden it seemed the cold was cured. Drinking more than one bottle of brandy does have it’s … Continue reading

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FAKE MANUFACTURED TERRORISM: Cameron government spins like Blair with Sharm el Sheikh BS

UK media is consumed with the baseless manufactured news that UK has stopped flights from Sharm el Sheikh (Egypt). This fake, manufactured BS nicely excludes the fact that UK Prime Minister David Cameron is hosting Egyptian repressive dictator al Sisi, … Continue reading

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Saudi Arabia to punish a drug dealer

UK news is full of Saudi Arabia to punish a drug producer, transporter and probable dealer who was fully aware of the consequences of his actions. 14.00 edit: It appears that the story about the drug dealer is intended to … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Jeremy Corbyn

My congratulations to Jeremy Corbyn and his team. It is good to have a Socialist leading the Labour Party. I sincerely hope that the Labour Party will also turn Socialist. (ed: I backed him at 8/1 and made a few … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn videos :: 2

This blog and my previous blog is about me being a political dissident and a political activist. I am supporting Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership campaign. I consider that the vast majority of the UK electorate has been denied … Continue reading

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