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The Tory Party and their friends in the media are dong you and your family a great disservice. Don't be fooled.
There are two paths we can take in the face of violence and hate. Manchester just pointed out the right one.
The Tory Party has revealed its self as a total shambles, bereft of ideas and built on a vision that wold not be out of place in a Dickens novel.
Today the Tory Party published its manifesto. Theresa May described it as “solid Conservatism” and the BBC dutifully reported that she was now targeting “mainstream Britain,” whatever all that guff […]
Surely Labour's manifesto deserves to be seen as it really is, a monument to remarkable leadership and a testament to resolute strength and determination.
The affordability of football is wrapped up in whether you earn a living wage, or any wage at all. It's dependant on the cost of a ticket, something else you have no control over. Those who say politics has no place in football ignore these connections.
If you want a Prime Minister who stands on the side of the many, then you should be heartened by a man who has done just that his whole life.
the 'selfish' ambitions you harbour can only be achieved if society is organised in such a way as to make the dreams you have for yourself and your family, a reality for everyone else and theirs.
The challenge that faces Labour today is whether to run from the fight, or stand firm and see it through? I won't be running.
Tory social policy represents a clear and present danger to you and your family's health and wellbeing
After a terrible year for progressives, the victory of the Hillsborough Justice campaign offers hope and a way forward in 2017.
For the west to refer to its self as civilised is delusional. In the face of economic and social crises, its humanity is missing in action.
Dylan's lyrics were profoundly poetic, but were they prophetic?
The question is not whether we can afford to implement Labour's programme, but rather can we afford not to.
The subversion of democracy, even when it seeks to damage those we disagree with, harms all of us.