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Michael Sheen – if only politicians sounded like this!

No comment is necessary to this speech by actor Michael Sheen on St David’s Day on 2nd March 2015… “In 1945 Aneurin Bevan said: ‘We have been the dreamers, we have been the sufferers, and now, we are the builders.’ … Continue reading

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The End of the Independence dream?

I have taken a couple of days to mull over the outcome of the Scottish Referendum and it seems to me that a large proportion of the Scottish people were suffering from some kind of ‘Stockholm Syndrome’. On a lighter … Continue reading

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In discussions on the Scottish Referendum have we forgotten the economy?

Interesting article from Michael Meacher MP – not much of a friend to the Labour elite or the Government but interesting none the less. Read Here

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11% Pay Rise for MPs

So Cameron, Clegg & Milliband are all against the totally obscene 11% pay rise for MP’s – but can’t do anything about it apparently. So what use are the lot of you then – aren’t you supposed to govern the … Continue reading

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Socialist Economic Bulletin: Why ‘austerity’ and what is the alternative

A great article on austerity and the alternatives. Socialist Economic Bulletin: By Michael Burke

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Ed Balls says he will stick with Osborne’s spending plans

So what is the point of voting for Labour then? This is clearly an example of the fact that the voters in this Country do not have a democratic choice – vote for any of them and you get the … Continue reading

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Local election results

Isn’t it interesting that at a time when we are seeing the total collapse of the Capitalist system, where inequality is growing faster than it has ever done, where our utilities are milked dry by private interests who steal our … Continue reading

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