Tories

No rush to judgement

Whoever was responsible for the use of chemical weapons against a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, the main political beneficiary so far appears to be Teresa May, whose bellicose [...]

21st March 2018 // 1 Comment

Labour should grasp the Brexit nettle

Just when you think the crisis of the Tory party has reached rock bottom it gets worse, argues Alan Davies. Claims of ‘unity’ by Theresa May after her ‘keynote’ [...]

9th March 2018 // 2 Comments

Plastic waste and political hypocrisy

Ten years after plastic pollution has reached a global crisis point—brilliantly highlighted recently by David Attenborough’s stunning Blue Planet II series—Theresa May [...]

15th January 2018 // 1 Comment

Labour for Irish Unity

At a packed fringe meeting at the recent Labour Party Conference a new campaigning organisation, ‘Labour for Irish Unity’ was launched. The headline speaker was Ken Loach [...]

21st October 2017 // 4 Comments

Manchester – protest at the Tory conference

When the Tories gather for their conference in Manchester on Sunday 1 October, they will be greeted in the city by a demonstration marching behind the banner of “No More [...]

24th September 2017 // 0 Comments

Trouble in Toryland

Politics in Britain has become very interesting, observes Sara Peterson. Having lived through Blair, Brown, the Con-Dems, Cameron’s Tory Government, there are some seismic [...]

10th July 2017 // 0 Comments

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