Send a message to the two main parties at the council elections!

Written by Geoff Bishop. It is now or never for us to influence Brexit. If you choose a Party to vote for that has never done anything wrong throughout History and is whiter than white in every way, has always been right on every issue, Continue Reading

If there was another Referendum, would we accept a Leave result?

Written by Geoff Bishop. If there was another Referendum, would we accept a Leave result?   A number of Corbyn supporters are still saying loudly that it is undemocratic not to accept the result of the Referendum, which asked whether or not we should leave Continue Reading

Corbyn, Labour and Brexit

The latest confirmation of Corbyn’s deep-seated hatred of the EU (see “Jeremy Corbyn under fire over refusal to attend cross-party meeting on staying in single market”, Independent, Guardian, Reuters earlier today) has highlighted yet further trouble ahead. Because, horrifying as it is to see the Continue Reading

Political positions of Jeremy Corbyn through the decades, what is the hope he will suddenly change now?

Posted by Geoff Bishop. Taken directly from the records of Wikipedia. Corbyn: “Am I a Marxist? That is an interesting question! (He does not deny it!) When Andrew Marr asked Corbyn “do you regard yourself as a Marxist?”, Corbyn responded by saying: “That is a Continue Reading

Anas Sarwar will take on Jeremy Corbyn over single market

Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Paris Gourtsoyannis Anas Sarwar has pledged to lobby Jeremy Corbyn to keep the UK in the European single market and customs union after Brexit if he is elected leader of Scottish Labour. Seeking to put pressure on leadership rival Continue Reading

Labour’s Brexit stance is no tactical masterstroke—it’s just incompetence

Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Oliver Kamm. How the party got to this state is an interesting question with a dispiriting answer Labour’s stance on Brexit is getting through to the public: it doesn’t have one. YouGov polling shows that 43 per cent of Continue Reading