General Secretary Infighting

The fight for Labour’s General Secretary position has once again shown up the deep cracks in the Labour Party. One MP described the choice between Jon Lansmann and Unite’s Jennie Formby as a choice beween vomit and puke. Is the fight worth losing footsoldiers over? Jeremy Corbyn seems to think so… With Jeremy Corbyn apparently asking power-crazed Lansman not to stand and Unite threatening to withdraw … Continue reading General Secretary Infighting

Corbyn’s Dodgy Economists

Magic Money Tree “Economics Expert” Richard Murphy is a low grade Norfolk accountant whose plan for quantitative easing amounted to printing money to ‘magically deal with all the public service and public investment needs that we have’. Extraordinarily, a remote London University College not known for its economics courses  has appointed him as a Professor – Murphy is Professor of Practice in International Political Economy … Continue reading Corbyn’s Dodgy Economists

Momentum Brownshirts Attack Mogg

Last night at the University of the West of England in Bristol, Momentum Brownshirts, with masks covering their faces, followed the command of John McDonnell and disrupted Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg’s speech to students: Why would these fascists be inspired to do such a thing? We shall unmask these cowards and the rest of the thugs of Momentum so the UK police can input them … Continue reading Momentum Brownshirts Attack Mogg

Anti-Semites V Anti-Semites Breakaway

From HENRY ZEFFMAN in The Times:  First came allegations of antisemitism among grassroots supporters of Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader. Then came the backlash, as those suspended or expelled accused Labour of a witch hunt. Now the backlash has spawned its own backlash, after a landlord banned rival hard-left factions from meeting in his pub. Labour Against the Witchhunt (LAW), which protests against suspensions … Continue reading Anti-Semites V Anti-Semites Breakaway