Speculation is rife over whether Jeremy Corbyn will enforce a Shadow Cabinet reshuffle that would remove people who sided with … Continue reading New year, new Labour?
What is Christmas? The annual Christian festival celebrating Christ’s birth, held on the 25th December in the Western Church, according … Continue reading Christmas
For as long as I can remember, there has been a distinct lack of humanity in the world. Never has … Continue reading Syria
It seems to me that people like quick fixes. A disaster happens, the world mourns, promises to solve the problem, … Continue reading Trending today, forgotten tomorrow
2 weeks ago I went to my very first Labour meeting. I received an email about it from the vice-chairman … Continue reading First impressions
He was an official for the National Union of Public Employees. He was an official for the Official of the National … Continue reading What an unpatriotic bastard
There have been 45 school shootings in America this year. That’s 294 mass shootings in 274 days. The USA is one of … Continue reading Oregon Shooting
The story we’d all been waiting for finally emerged today. For many years we’d all known that, in his University … Continue reading Piggate
Sat in my pyjamas, I watched intently as the results of the Labour Leadership Election were read out. ‘Andy Burnham: … Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn has triumphed, but has the Labour party?