I think what recent posts have been trying to say is…

…we know why the Daily Mail feeds us trolls. We know why¬† jumping to Daily Mail hate figures is not conducive to anything productive. It is a HUGE part of the problem. The word ‘cuts’. That’s over. They did them. Ages ago. We aren’t protesting about that any more, they exposed deeper issues. I joined…

If comments weren’t closed this would have been left…

By Chaminda, who I haven’t asked ifi can reproduce it- so it may disappear. ”IMO Kinnock was simply the precursor to Blairism, who set everything in place and had very little problem with what followed once Labour were in office. The fact that he supported the policy that finished off Major – ERM – sums…

Poverty shifting from Inner to Outer London

That’s how this works. It deliberately spreads poverty like a cancer and relies on the things not seen in political debate to assure it will be accomodated. It’s been part of our history since the eighties.

Election 92

This bank holiday Aunty Beeb decided to apologise for their current output, by giving us the election coverage from 1992. I settled in to watch a bit of political nostalgia. It was strange to watch an election I remembered as a young teenager. I remember this election clearly, because this was the election I truly…

Article in Indy

..worth reading.   I commented thus: Cuts to tax credits ensured women can’t afford to leave. To incentivise marriage. Centre for Social justice are big on stuff like that. Made sure bridge between working and paying your bills was cut. Women now have to choose- the outcomes related to poverty or the outcomes related to…