Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Borbyn liverpool rally

The onslaught against Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership continues, although sadly the main culprits have come from within the Labour Party itself. Corbyn looks likely to win, but even then, the Labour right are unlikely to stop their attacks. But as he fights back, you get the feeling that even amongst his own support some are wavering.

Not the hardcore Corbynistas within Momentum, Corbyn’s group within the Labour Party. There is no doubt they are committed to the very end. It’s more those who either joined, or at least turned hopefully towards the Labour party, when he originally stood as leader. They agree with all that he stands for, but now fear he may be genuinely unelectable. Continue reading

birthday-08

On 11th June I turned 34. It’s fair to say that more has been packed into the month since then than in the entirety of my 33rd year.

England played their first match at the European Championships against Russia on my birthday. If anything, we should be thankful for the England football team, because so far they are the only thing that has maintained consistency, i.e. disappointment. For the money those lads get paid, that’s the least we can ask for. Continue reading

Ken Livingstone press scrum
There is a fight going on within the Labour party that is dragging in the whole left, and being stoked and watched closely by the media. That is the argument that anti-Semitism is a serious problem within the party.

Former London mayor Ken Livingstone has been suspended following comments made in interviews where he was discussing a Labour MP, Naz Shah, who herself had been suspended. Continue reading