Category Archives: Labour

Rainbow over Penistone?

Whilst walking my dog this morning I took this photograph of a rainbow.  Ironically, considering the fact it has been in the local and even national news this week, the rainbow is arching over our local secondary school, Penistone Grammar School (it isn’t a grammar school – it just hasn’t lost the ‘grammar’ from its… Read More »

The definition of a feckless pillock

Daniel Kawczynski is the Conservative MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham. According to his Wikipedia profile, he studied Business Studies with Languages at Stirling University. This weekend he posted at tweet on his twitter account explaining, he believed, that Labour should never be trusted with the economy as borrowing goes through the roof and the Conservatives… Read More »

The wilting Labour rose

Jeremy Corbyn has been re-elected as leader of the Labour Party with a larger mandate than before.  This increased vote is a huge vote of confidence in Corbyn by the membership of the Labour Party and must now surely secure his position until the 2020 general election – or whenever Theresa May decides to call… Read More »

Corbyn MUST go

I write this post as the country, post referendum, continues to where the leadership is coming from in Westminster. I will place on record now that I voted to leave the EU and will go into my reasons why in a future post. I’d also like to place on record that I am not one… Read More »

Back to the future Labour – time to stand up for the country

Over the past couple of days I’ve re-watched the BBC programme from the mid 1990’s, Labour – the Wilderness Years.  As well as being a really well made and fascinating programme, it is particularly prescient.  You can watch the series of 4 episodes on YouTube here, though please excuse the particular channel it is on!… Read More »