Monthly Archives: January 2018

They know the time is short

Woe to you in town and country for the Staylinists exhibit their great wrath because they know the time is short. Let the one who has understanding calculate the cause of their wrath, for it is a date and the … Continue reading

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My Answer to a question.

How would you vote in another EU Referendum? By the time the next referendum comes around, if I am still alive I shall be voting Remain as in Remain out of the EU.

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Around the Suffolk Political Bloggesphere

Most local blogs seemed to have stopped last year with a couple of Bloggers appearing to have made a New Years Resolution not to Blog anymore. In fact the Suffolk Labour Group Blog domain name expired for a while. Somehow … Continue reading

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Labour the Party of Racist, Fascist Bigots

We had the vile racist Emma Dent Coad call the Conservative candidate for Kensington a ‘Ghetto Boy’ This is the kind of view the modern Labour party has of black people. When Theresa May appointed James Cleverly to the cabinet, … Continue reading

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Carillion, NHS and Corbyn

A third of Carillion contracts were made by the last Labour government and the last Labour government also privatised our precious NHS with PFI’s “PFI has been expensive, inefficient and, frankly immoral. And that’s the worst aspect of PFI – … Continue reading

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The Slow Death of UKIP

Here is a quote from a prominent member of UKIP. What type of person is Henry Bolton, name me one good thing he has done since becoming leader. All he has done is turn UKIP into a political version of … Continue reading

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Labour in trouble

Hulton (Bolton) result: CON: 49.4% (+16.7) LAB: 40.1% (+3.0) UKIP: 6.5% (-18.0) LDEM: 2.3% (-0.2) GRN: 1.8% (-1.5) So  a safe Labour Ward in Labour’s heartlands has gone to the Conservatives. Labour’s excuse? “Our voters didn’t go to vote because … Continue reading

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