Labour ignores Tony Blair at their own peril

Today Tony Blair has made another intervention into the countrywide Jeremy Corbyn meeting which is now dominating the Labour Party. Of course this intervention won’t change the dream of a Corbyn movement which will blast away opposition as it releases millions of non voters from the cocoon which Blairism installed, i.e. making labour electable destroyed… More Labour ignores Tony Blair at their own peril

Muslim drag queens

Late last night on twitter I saw the hashtag #Muslimdragqueens, this was something which surprised me as it would anyone at seeing the hashtag at 1 o’clock in the morning. This piqued my interest and i went on it only to see what i was sadly expecting, the level of vitriol aimed at the programme… More Muslim drag queens

Jeremy Corbyn’s foreign policy is the real danger

The criticisms of Jeremy Corbyn so far extend mainly to his domestic policy, specifically his plans to print more money to fund his future projects. However little attention has been paid to his foreign policy, and his support for causes and actions which could cause a great deal of damage around the world. Isolationism used… More Jeremy Corbyn’s foreign policy is the real danger

Electability isn’t enough It’s time to get after Corbyn

The Corbyn machine keeps going, and it seems he has taken an almost unassailable lead in the recent YouGov polls. The other candidates have been soporific to the point that just the mention of their names makes me want to go for a nap. Andy ‘i like football’ Burnham, Yvette ‘I’m always serious’ Cooper, and… More Electability isn’t enough It’s time to get after Corbyn

Labour’s now fighting for the soul of the party, where are the centrists?

The Corbyn surge is a powerful wave of religious like fervour, this was exemplified yesterday with a 2,000 strong rally in the capital. Corbyn was late because he delivered a thumping speech on top of a fire truck, and another in a second room as the venue simply wasn’t big enough to accommodate the swathes… More Labour’s now fighting for the soul of the party, where are the centrists?