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How To Commit Suicide or The leadership Election

I used to be a member of the Labour Party in White City. There were some very caring people about, plus some wild cards and people who knew how to play the system in the euphoria of 1997 when we were all … Continue reading

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There Now Follows a Party Political Broadcast

The Conservative Party We believe in a strong Britain inside a strong Europe supporting same-sex marriage the reason we are doing this is because a large number of our M. P. s are gay who like the politics of Europe mainly … Continue reading

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The Bile of Politics

I was born into a working class conservative family in Clem Attlee’s constituency Walthamstow east. We knew our place in society, not exactly Alf Garnett but many people in those days had similar views and attitudes but life was changing. I … Continue reading

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Wag The Finger

Have you been watching Prime Ministers Question Time recently? I am somewhat disappointed in the performance of Ed Milliband. When he was a minister, he spoke with assurance and calmness, addressing the problem and comfortably formulating an answer. Since becoming leader … Continue reading

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THE ‘RIGHT’ ONE

I was looking at the prospective candidates for the Republican party the other day, to say there are some strange ones, is a bit of an understatement. Being a foreigner I always take an interest in American politics because what your … Continue reading

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Way To Go!

Did you hear Lord Tebbit’s speech to the GMB union today? That wasn’t Lord Tebbit it was Vince Cable. Are you sure?  it sounded like Lord Tebbit, I thought Nick Clegg was going to put clear daylight between the two … Continue reading

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Honesty Is The Best Policy

With the Liberal Democrat Conference in full swing and everyone throwing rocks at Nick Clegg, criticism coming from all directions.  I have been critical, perhaps I should see what all the fuss is about, examine the evidence, as they say, let’s … Continue reading

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