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Corbyn on the Kop: Hope in our hearts

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.

Lies, damn lies and false narratives

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.

Monopoly and the ideologies of division

  I believe that all people, regardless of their ethnicity, religion or culture share one thing in common. That is the desire to live in peace, sheltered from the elements, […]

Time to leave the capsule if we dare

Sometimes the boundaries between art and science melt away and the two orbit in delightful synchronicity. This week, while earthlings were mourning the passing of the incomparable David Bowie, in […]

Momentum: Time To Reclaim Democracy

“What is to become of those destitute millions, who consume today, what they earned yesterday; who have created the greatness of England by their inventions and their toil; who become […]

Jeremy Corbyn: A New Hope

I sat on the cold damp steps of St Luke’s, my eyes fixated on my phone as I nervously awaited the result of Labour’s leadership vote. Around me people were […]

A once in a generation opportunity

A terrible affliction has beset he parliamentary Labour Party. They are possessed with fear and loathing. Demons haunt their dreams and consume their waking moments. They are so beside themselves […]

Liverpool out in force for Corbyn

Standing on tip-toes, crammed into door-ways, desperate for the briefest of glimpses or to hear just a fragment of speech. This was how the people of Liverpool and Merseyside greeted […]