Monthly Archives: August 2016

Will Iain McNicol expel Tom Watson?

Tom Watson has been caught calling Labour Shadow Defense Secretary Emily Thornberry a traitor. That happens to be one is one of Iain McNicol‘s off-limits words, words that gets you to forfeit your right to vote in Labour’s leadership election. … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May, Article 50

If I’m a member of a Jeremy Corbyn cult, I haven’t got the hang of this cult thing. I disagree with him on a lot of things, but I’m still over the moon that he’s Labour leader, and am proud … Continue reading

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Expel Iain McNicol’s Scatological Tendency

Labour’s general secretary Iain McNicol has descended into industrial scale electoral fraud. He is nothing short of a vicious McCarthyite whose supporters accuse Jeremy Corbyn voters of flirting with the most disgusting – and criminal – fetishes. Here is one … Continue reading

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Vote of no confidence in Kezia Dugdale

Kezia Dugdale is a disgrace. She has been bringing the Labour Party into disrepute, helping Jim Murphy reduce Scottish Labour’s MPs from 41 to just one at the general election and then, on her todd, reducing the party to a … Continue reading

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Owen Jones is wrong about Sadiq Khan

I’ve written a lot about Owen Jones recently. What I’ve argued may appear a tad inconsistant, but I’m pointing the finger of blame at him for that, not me. I have defended Owen Jones against many on the left when … Continue reading

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Sadiq Khan is Theresa May’s glove-puppet

Sadiq Khan exposed himself as the shallow little man I already knew him to be during the EU referendum. Like Will Straw, Alan Johnson, David Blunkett, Angela Eagle, Tessa Jowell, Harriet Harman, Tristram Hunt, Chuka Umunna, Caroline Flint, Emma Reynolds … Continue reading

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Strategy for a Jeremy Corbyn landslide

Do I possess the secret key to securing a Jeremy Corbyn landslide victory at the next general election – whether that’s the ‘snap election’ Owen Jones is so terrified of that he’s flirted with siding with Owen Smith, or the … Continue reading

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