What Happened To Hope
Compared to the surge of enthusiasm and hope which brought Labour to power in 1964 or 1997, our present situation is depressing. Neck and neck in the polls where we should be streets ahead of a shambolic, nasty government. Our leader harassed and not as refreshing we`d hoped. Our Shadow Cabinet is largely unknown. We`re not striking winning chords. On some issues the public is ahead of us.
Time for Devo North
The excitement and the explosion of energy which have gone on in Scotland over the last few weeks are both a joy to behold and something for we poor Northerners, all excluded from the fun, should envy
Pfizer needs a dose of ethical tablets
Describing Pfizerís intentions for AstraZeneca as ďrapeĒ has produced a Twitter storm of abuse from Tories anxious to distract attention from the Governmentís weakness in the matter
From Mess to Success
I agonised over how I was going to vote on Same Sex Marriage (which lead a lot of people to wrongly assume I was voting against) but that process, which has been going on for some weeks and was particularly intense on Tuesday, ended with a decision to vote for the bill.
Same Sex Mess
Iím in an agony of indecision over same sex marriage. On the one hand Iím not illiberal or homophobic. On the other I am not particularly bothered about this, think civil partnership is enough, and have concerns about the legal repercussions.
Blog from the Dead
Cameronís revival of the Conservativeís poll ratings through his EU con has encouraged me to revive my blog. Firstly let me apologise for neglecting it so much. The truth is it had become too easy to criticise the shambolic Government and was becoming repetitive.
Iíve had my doubts about the organisation of the Olympic game staffing ever since two young friends told me what had happened to them.
Saving Private Clegg
Charles Kennedy the only Lib-Dem who deserves respect wants Labour to save Clegg from his own folly by voting for Lords reform. Sorry Charles. The second Chamber shouldnít have an elected majority.
Knights of the order of St Emma
The Tory Party is rallying to defend Emma Harrison of A4E and Working Links by turning its boot boys loose on Margaret Hodge, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
BORED WITH THE LORDS
Iíll except no substitute and if my proposal isnít offered then letís keep the existing shambles. T least it works and can occasionally screw up the government which is its real job.
The EU Fear Machine
Once Europe was built by idealism. Now the drive is Fear. Donít comply with what the Euro elite wants and the Great Fear Machine is trundled in against you.
Ed Miliband and the Culture Committee are saying my mate Rupe isnít a fit and proper person to run newspapers or Sky TV. He is.
The electoral mood is a mystery. It could easily be said it is apathy. Yet underneath the surface thereís a swirling mass of fears, grumbles, complaints and alienation which could easily turn sour. Or even UKIP.
SUICIDE AS AN ECONOMIC STRATEGY
Our piggy banker chancellor tells us heís crucifying growth to maintain confidence in sterling and government borrowing. What he doesnít understand is that the quickest way to destroy a triple A rating is economic failure.
Twelve rules of Osbornomics
If Tory economic policies look harsh and irrational itís because you donít understand Osbornomics. Hereís the basic principles.
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