Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Devious deeds and other stuff

    Pic courtesy of my mobile phone ūüôā As most of you will know by now, the Labour NEC met yesterday initially¬†to determine whether or not Jeremy Corbyn could feature on the leadership ballot. They ruled that he can, … Continue reading

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New World Order (and astrology)

  In astrology, Saturn is associated with restriction and limitation. Where Jupiter expands, Saturn constricts. Although the themes of Saturn seem depressing, Saturn brings structure and meaning to our world. Saturn knows the limits of time and matter. Saturn reminds … Continue reading

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Has George gone AWOL?

So here we are, day 2 post Brexit and no sign of the elusive Mr O. Where is he? Sitting in a dark corner somewhere sucking his thumb; rocking and humming? Recovering from a drug fuelled binge? All ¬†joking aside, … Continue reading

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Thanks to Corbyn the country can now, at last, properly debate issues like Trident

Reposted from Tom London blog The great 18th century democratic revolutionary, Tom Paine, wrote: – ‚ÄúA long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right.‚Ä̬†Jeremy Corbyn is now challenging the received wisdom over … Continue reading

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Why The British Establishment Wants Jeremy Corbyn Buried

Reposted from Truepublica.org.uk The term ‚Äúthe establishment‚ÄĚ refers to¬†leading politicians, senior civil servants, senior barristers and judges, aristocrats, Oxbridge academics, senior clergy, the most important financiers and industrialists, governors of the BBC, members of and top aides to the royal … Continue reading

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John McDonnell’s speech to Labour party conference

Reposted from Politics Home Can you imagine Gidiot Osborne making a speech like this … I warn you this is not my usual rant, they get me into trouble and Jeremy has told me to behave myself. Jeremy and I … Continue reading

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Assault on Legal Aid

Reposted from Politics Home At long last ladies and gentlemen, we have an effective opposition party after years in the tory lite wilderness. Jeremy¬†Corbyn¬†has announced a review into what he dubs the Government‚Äôs ‚Äúassault on legal aid‚ÄĚ. Changes brought in … Continue reading

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BBC complaint – update

Following the BBC Panorama programme about Jeremy Corbyn, I posted this article:- https://glynismillward189.wordpress.com/2015/09/07/bbc-unbiased-reporting-i-think-not/ I also made a complaint to the BBC about what I considered to be a biased narrative in relation to the programme presenter – John Ware. This … Continue reading

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Sometimes … the nice guys do win.

Photo courtesy of Andrew Sparrow @ Guardian on line 11.46am11:46 Jeremy Corbyn wins the Labour leadership with 59.5% of the votes on first round There were 540,272 eligible voters. Some 422,664 people cast votes There were 207 spoilt votes. Jeremy … Continue reading

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BBC unbiased reporting? I think not.

I was going to wait until the programme (Panorama BBC 8.30pm) had finished, but I can’t contain myself any longer. It’s here if you want to watch it; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06bg6ty This programme is nothing short of blatant propaganda ( Is John … Continue reading

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