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Archive for the month “November, 2014”

Labour landslide in Camborne

This what happens when we work from the ground, house by house, street by street, town by town.
Labour makes a difference.
Congratulations to everyone who fought so hard and to Camborne’s new Councillor, Tevor Dalley.

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The establishment are ‘frit’ because Ed Miliband is the biggest threat to the status quo we’ve seen for decades

The most succinct description of why Conservatism creates inequality and fear & why Labour and Ed will reverse their damage.

Politics and Insights

10424302_677497562319775_766713150422913861_n“We’re in a fight not because our opponents think we’re destined to lose the election. But because they fear we can win. And between now and the election they are going to use every tactic to try to destabilise, distract us and throw us off course. Our task, the task for every person in this party, is simple: To focus our eyes on the prize of changing this country.” Ed Miliband.

Ed Miliband has pledged to take on “vested interests” and “powerful forces” in his bid to win the next general election. Not even the Crosby  and Murdoch orchestrated  media campaign, which was aimed at demoralising, undermining and monstering Ed Miliband can disguise the fact that the Tories are in a state of panic.

In fact the media campaign, aimed at attempting to undermine Miliband’s credibility as a leader, arose precisely because Miliband is the biggest threat to the UK power…

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Miliband is an excellent leader, and here’s why.

Ed Miliband is on course to become a radical, reforming, innovative PM.

Ask yourselves why the Tory party, UKIP anf the corporate backed media are so frightened of him that they create hysterical fiction in order to oust him.
Keep Calm and Back Ed.
We will win this and return this country to its soul, humanity, decency and community.

Politics and Insights

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Breaking news: Thirty MPs. and almost the entire nation demand that Cameron stands down. UKIP defectors say he’s not leadership quality, and can’t eat a chip butty without looking stupid, and Lynton Crosby blames Labour…

Odd, isn’t it, that the media didn’t declare that Cameron’s leadership is in crisis, recently, with the two high profile UKIP defections. .

Rumour-mongering in the media, paraded as newsworthy headlines about “discontent” over Miliband’s leadership is based almost entirely on two cowardly backbenchers – who have curiously chosen to remain anonymous and thus remain conveniently unquotable – grumbling about Miliband.

Welcome to the new era of media amplified political campaigning Crosby-style: the politics of spite.

Not only is this malicious approach meant to be potentially profoundly damaging to Miliband, but to candidates and of course, to the millions of people  suffering enormously under the current regime, who desperately need a Labour government. It’s an attempt to…

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Notes from the U.K.

Exploring the spidery corners of a culture and the weird stuff that tourist brochures ignore.

The poor side of life

Exposing the unfair treatment of jobseekers, the horrors of Universal Credit, unfair sanctions and heinous treatment of claimants at Ashton under Lyne Jobcentre.

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blowing through female outerspace

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EAT THE APPLE, LOOK THROUGH THE TELESCOPE IN CORNWALL AND ELSEWHERE

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Same Difference

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The IMPRESS Project

For the press - for the public

Leeds North West Constituency

Working hard for the people of Adel, Headingley, Otley, Weetwood, Wharfedale and Yeadon

Red Brick

The place for progressive housing policy debate.

Gender Identity Watch

Watching Legal Developments That Erase Female Reality

Pride's Purge

an irreverent look at UK politics

Last Chance Saloon

Articles expressing solidarity, and encouraging resistance in these torrid times.

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