Tag Archive | labour
There’s quite a sensible piece by Eddie Bone in the New Statesman today, or very nearly. The basic premise is that Labour should devote a large part of its time in opposition to rediscovering itself in England, and reconnecting with the English political base that it lost through its badly drafted and deliberate policies of […]
Labour’s Twitter Czar inserts size nine in cakehole again…. The moon-barkers over at the LACS must love you, Kerry. Bit more red meat in your diet, love. Get the old synapses snapping nicely.
….Birmingham Ladywood, Peckham, Shoreditch, Manchester Central, Liverpool Riverside…. How do we save our most depressed inner city regions? By encouraging inward private sector investment and making it easier for companies to function, giving schools and teachers the flexibility to make their own decisions, and improving services and civic pride by introducing commercial rigour into moribund, […]
Official – Gordon Brown less important to “Company” readers than Robert Pattinson, clogs and blow jobs
Labour über groupie, Ellie Gellard, A.K.A. @BevaniteEllie, has been touting this in-depth interview with McRuin in Company Magazine for weeks. Imagine her disappointment, then, when she checked the Company website this morning, only to find that her cozy chat with our nation’s Prime Minister…. ….which is tailored to fit an audience of young women who […]
Today being a bit of a slow news day election-wise, by the look of the front pages of the Telegraph…. ….and The Groan…. I would like to draw your attention to two newly added quotations from the brothers Hitchens in my sidebar (down there, on the right somewhere). I am putting together a more detailed […]
An erudite, decent man, a great parliamentarian and a staunch opponent of the European Union.
From Guido’s place, where else? Capita Learning & Development are holding a day long session on interview skills for all those Labour MPs’ staff who will soon be jobless. Despite not being held until 22 March Guido is told it is already booked up. Course Objectives Identify your strengths and development areas before you enter […]