The peoples’ revolution is just around the corner; capitalism is about to be rejected; everyone should have a stake in globalisation.
Charities perform a great and necessary role in our society but they shouldn’t have to; we are a rich nation, it’s just a matter of sorting out our priorities.
I went with several members to see ‘I, Daniel Blake’ the other day. For what it’s worth I attach a brief personal comment … More
The Prime Minister has announced that negotiations will start by March next year which means that we are scheduled to leave the EC in 2019 – the year before the next general election is due.
Where are the Labour MPs who were shop workers, bus drivers, postmen/women, carpenters, non-skilled workers etc.?
Now May has turned her attention to one of the last remnants of the Attlee government’s brave social reforms – the education sector.
The defining statement of the Thatcher years. Some things never change, or do they?
I would urge all electors of Walton and Hersham to go out and vote on the 5th May, preferably for the Labour Party candidate but at least use your vote if only to honour those who fought for your right to cast it.
It is of some significance that Corbyn and McDonnell are respected by ordinary people for what they are; whilst neither has the traditional background associated with national politicians.
The average wage of a CEO in the UK FTSE 100 in 2014 was £4.96m, 183 times the average workers wage – which makes you wonder why they need a pension.