The subversion of democracy, even when it seeks to damage those we disagree with, harms all of us.
Since when has dreaming of a better world been a crime? Life is painfully short and to devote your energies to anything other than imagining a better world, and striving to make it a reality, is a life wasted.
The idea that any Labour government is better than a Tory one sells our people short. Yes we need Labour in power, but to do what? If not to transform society into one, in which all people are of equal value, and where wealth and power are distributed equitably, then it is for nothing.
This is about soul writing, the sort of stuff that goes down in the kitchen, at parties. Not your usual Liverpool website at all.
Attempts to use the word 'Trotskyist' as an insult, are both politically illiterate and designed to place certain ideas beyond the political pale.
In their thousands they came. Carrying home-made placards, they came. Women pushing prams, their kids in tow, the young, middle-aged and old, black, white, disabled, the old left and the […]
The Labour Party, indeed the British people, don't need another snake oil salesman. Shiny smiles and smart suits don't build houses, they don't defend workers rights and they certainly don't protect the NHS.
Labour's self-styled moderates are using the doctrine of false narrative to undermine party democracy. It is a tool Labour's enemies have perfected down the years and it should shame Corbyn's right-wing opponents.
This is looking-glass land, where Angela Eagle can claim to be able to unite a movement, despite being unable to unite her own Constituency Labour Party; or for that matter coordinate a press conference.
Chilcot shows that, despite the poppies and commemorations down the years, politicians have failed to learn the lessons of history and have been repeating them through the ages.
The day began with feelings of solidarity, determination and just a hint of resignation. A heady brew of betrayal and backstabbing, mixed with a potent concoction of media manipulation, had […]
Inside the halls of privilege the establishment conspire to oust Corbyn. Outside the masses fight to save him. Can there be a more telling metaphor for the problems facing Labour today?
Sometimes you just have to get stuff off your chest. Sometimes you simply have to wallow in your misery. It may not be articulate and it usually isn’t pretty, but […]
Remember the run up to last General Election? What a time that was. If you recall Britain was in a revolutionary state. Demonstrations, riots and people out on the streets […]
My thoughts in the aftermath of today's terrible shooting in Florida and the danger of despair
Cameron's gamble on Europe leads to open revolt. Now Labour have a chance to set out a positive vision for Europe.